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Even as borders shut off and nations turn inward, scientists are collaborating with their international peers at a frantic pace. Above, Chris Mok of the coronavirus vaccine team at HKU-Pasteur Research Pole, Hong Kong. (Photo by Nicola Longobardi)
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Inside the unprecedented global race for a coronavirus cure

As health systems teeter, scientists must rely on informal networks for vital research

PETER GUEST, Nikkei staff writer | East Asia

TOKYO -- Intensive care beds are beginning to fill up the Sydney hospital where Harriet, a medical registrar, has been working to prepare for a surge in COVID-19 cases. "We keep saying it's going to happen next week," she said. "But we're not there yet."

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