When will Japan get a vaccine for COVID-19?

Jan 13, 10:00 AM

Several different coronavirus vaccines are now being distributed in more than 40 countries across the world, but Japan is yet to approve a single formula.

Bloomberg reporter Lisa Du joins Deep Dive to discuss when Japan will start to distribute a vaccine for COVID-19, and why it has fallen so far behind other countries. Also, Oscar's Grandma Elizabeth recounts her experience being vaccinated in the U.K.

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Oscar Boyd: Twitter | Articles | Instagram

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