DiscoveryPlus is the new latest streaming platform along with its rival companies such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar. Discovery Plus is the new latest to enter the streaming platforms. A documentary series on the Global Pandemic Covid 19 and the Lockdown was released on Netflix and Hotstar last year.
Development of Covid 19 Vaccines
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Looks like A Documentary on the development of the Covid 19 vaccines is in the talks. The viewers of the documentary will come to know about the early trial volunteers who first received the vaccination for CoronaVirus. The Volunteers will personally talk about their experiences, their thoughts, and feelings when they got to know that they will be receiving the vaccination.
What is the Documentary on Covid 19 Vaccine all about?
Conquering COVID”, is the title of the documentary it will give detailed information about the vaccines that were created to overcome the coronavirus pandemic. The premiere of the Documentary will be on the Discovery Plus platform once it is completed with the filming and production.
The documentary will show exclusively all the world’s leading doctors globally who worked day and night for the Covid Vaccines. One of them is Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Dr. Francis Collins who is the director of the National Institutes of Health and featuring along with him in the documentary is Dr. John Mascola from the National Institutes of Health. According to a press release from the makers of the documentary, The documentary will include firsthand interviews who were at the forefront during the global pandemic as they will talk about their experiences. World leaders such as Colorado Governor Jared Polis will talk about the strategies and how they dealt with it successfully bringing out and distributing the vaccines to the people.
Nancy Daniels who is the Chief Brand Officer for Discovery & Factual described the documentary as ‘deep-dive as the global pandemic is still on.
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