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Scientists on COVID-19 Vaccine: Don't Expect 'Too Much, Too Soon'

As the White House touts the "warp speed" in which a potential coronavirus vaccine is being developed, some scientists are warning Americans to temper their expectations, saying the virus just won't go away afterwards. Plus, Germany imposes a month-long partial lockdown, U.S. COVID-19 deaths are down but hospitalizations are rising, and the pandemic's hidden health crisis: elderly people dying from isolation.

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Scientists on COVID-19 Vaccine: Don't Expect 'Too Much, Too Soon'

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    Scientists Warn Americans Are Expecting Too Much From a Vaccine

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