COVID Vaccination: One Dose or Two?

Duke coronavirus researcher Chris Woods looks at the question from a global health perspective

Published February 11, 2021 under Voices of DGHI

Written by Mary Brophy Marcus

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Current COVID-19 vaccines require two doses, but global health experts are debating whether it isn't more equitable to first make sure everyone receives at least one dose — especially as low- and middle-income countries are struggling just to get their frontline health care workers vaccinated.

Coronavirus researcher Dr. Chris Woods, professor of medicine and global health at Duke, gives his perspective in the latest episode of our "One Question, One Minute" video series.