Testing the coronavirus vaccine on animals is not effective

Is it effective to test the coronavirus vaccine on animals? Or is it only causing harm to animals, like monkeys, ferrets and mice? What are better and more effective alternatives?

We’re talking to Dr. Jarrod Bailey, Director of Science and Technology at the Center for Contemporary Sciences.

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