Assurances that I would be looked after as a participant in the Novavax trial now sound hollow
Before I signed up as a guinea pig for the Novavax Covid-19 vaccine last year, I asked what would happen when it was my turn to have an authorised vaccination. All would be well, said the government and the researchers: I would be looked after.
This week, those assurances sound very hollow. Other people in their 70s can get a vaccine passport, but I may not be able to. And I do not know how long I am protected for.
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