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Your Common COVID-19 Vaccine Questions Answered

FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn responds to questions about the coronavirus vaccines including when one could be authorized. Plus, the U.S. says it will begin testing of its vaccine distribution efforts ahead of the FDA's decision, why "essential workers" could receive a vaccination earlier than others, and the high demand for traveling nurses in the pandemic.

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Your Common COVID-19 Vaccine Questions Answered

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    When might a COVID-19 vaccine be authorized? FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn answers common questions
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    When might a COVID-19 vaccine be authorized? FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn answers common questions

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    USA TODAY - Elizabeth Weise

    A COVID-19 vaccine could come within weeks – at least a limited supply to front-line medical workers. Drug companies Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca have the leading vaccine candidates. Several others remain in development. The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for authorizing and …

    Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes hit record high
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    Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes hit record high

    The latest surge of coronavirus cases is fueling a record number of nursing home outbreaks, as the virus is spreading quickly inside long-term care facilities in the Midwest and the Great Plains while also re-emerging in facilities swamped by the first wave of the virus. More than 1,300 nursing …

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