OPINION - The Leader podcast: How Londoners helped crucial covid research

Passengers traveling on the London Underground (James Manning/PA) (PA Wire)
Passengers traveling on the London Underground (James Manning/PA) (PA Wire)

A new study from Imperial College London has found that high levels of T-cells from common cold coronaviruses could provide protection against covid.

The study began in September 2020 when most people in the UK had neither been infected nor vaccinated against coronavirus.

The hope is that the findings could help future-proof covid vaccines.

Dr Rhia Kundu is the study author from Imperial College London. She explains the findings and how Londoners played a crucial role in this important research.

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