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Krasno Event Series: “The Coronavirus and the Global Race for a Vaccine”

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Four leading public health experts from New York, Philadelphia, North Carolina, and Oslo, Norway, will discuss the likelihood, nature and timeframe of the development of a coronavirus vaccine. This discussion is part of the Krasno Global Event Series and will be moderated by Klaus Larres.

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No RSVP necessary, arrive online at 3:55 PM. For more information visit the Krasno Events website.

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