Why the 1976 U.S. swine flu vaccinations may offer lessons for the COVID-19 pandemic

For Pascal Imperato, a communicable disease epidemiologist who in 1976 was in charge of immunizing New York City against a potential swine flu epidemic, the effort to vaccinate the population against COVID-19 feels like a familiar challenge.

"We were going to vaccinate six million people in six weeks," he said in a phone interview.

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