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COVID-19 vaccines & global movement

With Dr Agnes Arnold-Forster

Writer and Historian of healthcare, medicine, work and emotions at University of Bristol 

As countries around the world begin to roll-out the COVID-19 vaccine, we caught up with Dr Agnes Arnold-Forster, writer and historian of healthcare, medicine, work, and the emotions, to discuss what we can learn from previous pandemics and what a successful global vaccination program could mean for global work and business. 

Navigating the vaccine rollout and understanding how a vaccine could provide a pathway out of hard border restrictions is a complicated issue but one which we hope will reintroduce global mobility for business and personal travel.

Agnes also had some frightening predictions for the future of this global pandemic and the possibility of others.