The Sierra Leonean documentary is a complex portrait of courageous solidarity amid contagion.
In 2014, Nigeria escaped an Ebola pandemic in the span of 93 days because of the bravery and quick response of health care workers in Lagos. As the world fights through the COVID-19 pandemic, the film 93 Days – though grim – is a hopeful reminder of humanity’s capacity to overcome.
Offit’s sobering inquiry into “one of the worst biological disasters in American history” is a work of unflinching investigative journalism which lands, finally, not as a whodunit, but as a tribute to modern systems of meticulous vaccine regulation.
This series cuts through the noise to help you catch up with the latest COVID-19 developments in an entertaining and digestible way.
Dr Annie Kelly, writer and host of a new podcast which tells the story of the smallpox vaccine, talks to #VaccinesWork.