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The Vaccine lifts the veil on one of the most significant medical breakthroughs of our generation; it will reveal how Doctors Sahin and T14reci developed twenty vaccine candidates in just weeks, convinced Big Pharma to support their ambitious project, navigated political interference from the Trump administration and the European Union, and delivered more than three billion doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to countries worldwide in record time.

Written by Joe Miller–the Financial Timesâ€TM Frankfurt correspondent who covered BioNTech's COVID-19 project in real time–and featuring contributions from Sahin and T14reci, as well as interviews with more than sixty scientists, politicians, public health officials, and BioNTech employees, the book chronicles key events from the extraordinary year, as well as delving into the scientific, economic, and personal contexts of each medical innovation. The Vaccination explores the science behind the breakthrough, at a time when public faith in vaccine safety and effectiveness is critical to putting an end to the epidemic.

Jace chooses to join an MMA gym in order to strengthen and develop himself after another humiliating setback, this time at the hands of the Ansan Public Crew. There, he meets Munseong, a professional mixed martial artist who is yet immensely compassionate and distant. They ultimately grow closer than Jace planned. While Munseong wholeheartedly commits to the relationship, allows himself to be emotionally open, and tries his hardest to be an outstanding, supporting boyfriend, Jace suffers with his ideas of love as the relationship repeatedly fails to live up to them. Previously, the title was âEnvyâ. While I want to integrate some of the concept implied by the title, I discovered that I wanted to take the story in a different path than I had anticipated. As a result, I changed the name to something more appropriate!

They make explicit reference to the Second World War: âWorld Conflict II was the prototypical transformative war, bringing about not just profound changes to the world order and economy, but also significant upheavals in societal attitudes and beliefs, paving the way for fundamentally new policies and social contract provisions (like women joining the workforce before becoming voters). While there are undoubtedly basic differences between a pandemic and a war (which we shall discuss in further depth in the coming chapters), their transformational impact is comparable. Both have the potential to precipitate a transformational catastrophe on hitherto imagined scalesâ. (94) Additionally, they join a growing number of current âconspiracy theoristsâ in drawing a clear parallel between Covid-19 and 9/11: This is what occurred in the aftermath of the terrorist events on September 11, 2001. Globally, new security measures such as extensive camera use, the use of electronic ID cards, and the monitoring of workers or visitors in and out became the standard. At the time, these methods were considered severe, but they are now widely utilized and considered "normal." (95)

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