National Post – Unprecedented logistical challenges and massive worldwide demand means a long wait for many people — and difficult decisions about who gets the vaccines first.

“We’ve never had a situation where we’ve rolled out a single vaccine for 35 million (people) all at once, as it were. That’s just not possible,” said microbiologist Alan Bernstein, head of the CIFAR science-funding charity.

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