As Marks says a vaccine could be deployed by end-of-year . . .

Trump Concedes COVID-19 Vaccine Won’t Be Available By Election

By Beth Wang / October 7, 2020 at 11:44 PM
President Donald Trump on Wednesday (Oct. 7) conceded that a vaccine likely won’t be available until after the November presidential election, but he blamed it on so-called political games. His comments came hours after FDA biologics center director Peter Marks told a group of physicians there’s a “reasonable likelihood” that a COVID-19 vaccine will be available and ready to deploy to front-line health care workers by the end of the year. Trump, in a prerecorded video posted to Twitter on...

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