We won’t have it in 2020 and, when it happens, it’ll be hard to find it in Venezuela, where there’s already a dramatic shortage of vaccines we’ve used for decades.
Not even the most functional countries are escaping the pandemic unscathed.
Short answer: No, at least not one we’re absolutely sure it'll work, so let's review all the available options and their actual viability at this juncture against COVID-19.
Social distancing measures are based on projections and research applied to developed countries under the pandemic. Places like Venezuela require another approach.
After meeting Prime Minister Boris Johnson, caretaker President Juan Guaidó addressed a Venezuelan crowd in a London arepera, the second stop of his first high-profile tour of 2020.
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