Yesterday I spoke with a couple of colleagues about COVID-19 vaccines, and it became clear for me that there is a lot of news about potential vaccines, but it is hard for people to get a grip of the current state.
This made me recommend the New York Times vaccine tracker to several people.
Here is the status of all the vaccines that have reached trials in humans, along with a selection of promising vaccines still being tested in cells or animals.
As the description explains, it is an overview of vaccines that has reached a stage where they are relevant to talk about.
There is a companion site to the vaccine tracker, the Coronavirus Drug and Treatment Tracker, which is described thus:
The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the greatest challenges modern medicine has ever faced. Doctors and scientists are scrambling to find treatments and drugs that can save the lives of infected people and perhaps even prevent them from getting sick in the first place.
Below is an updated list of 21 of the most-talked-about treatments for the coronavirus. While some are accumulating evidence that they’re effective, most are still at early stages of research. We also included a warning about a few that are just bunk.
Both of these sites are great resources on the current state of the research, and well worth checking up on from time to time.