Trump Disputes Redfield’s Timeline Of COVID-19 Vaccine Availability

By Dorothy Mills-Gregg / September 16, 2020 at 7:10 PM
President Donald Trump contradicted his Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director at a press conference Wednesday (Sept. 16) over how soon Americans should expect a COVID-19 vaccine and when it will be widely available. CDC Director Robert Redfield told senators earlier Wednesday (Sept. 16) they could expect a vaccine as early as November or December, but it would be a limited supply that needs to be prioritized. “If you’re asking me when is it going to be generally available...

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