A vaccine is seen as a key way to defeat the coronavirus and get our lives back to normal.
But misleading claims and false conspiracy theories about a potential coronavirus vaccine are rife on social media.
Ogmore MP Chris Elmore, chair of the UK Parliament’s all-party group on social media, has called them a “ticking time bomb” and is calling on the UK government to do more to tackle anti-vax misinformation.
The big worry is that these misleading claims could be seen by people who are just nervous or curious about a potential vaccine.
BBC Wales brought together virology expert Dr Richard Stanton and Laura, who was nervous about the idea of a coronavirus vaccine after claims she had heard, to separate vaccine fact from fiction.
And Richard offers his top tips about how to spot a misleading vaccine claim online.
Reporting, BBC Wales Westminster Correspondent Ione Wells
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