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US: Fauci 'cautiously' optimistic 2021 will see COVID-19 vaccine

The leading US infectious disease expert has said he is cautiously optimistic that a coronavirus vaccine will be produced in the coming months.
Doctor Anthony Fauci appeared before a congressional committee at a time of deep political divisions over how to reopen schools and businesses.
Al Jazeera’s Mike Hanna reports from Washington, DC.

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    Ragib Ahsan Chowdhury

    Positive feedback 👍.

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    Smart ppl won't let the doctors inject "god knows what " into their healthy bodies.. why should be trust the Big Pharma !??? Why should we try the rushed vaccine for a virus which has nearly 98% survival rate ???
    It's a race for money !!

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    It's easier to fool people than to convince them they've been fooled…
    In the long run vaccine will kill more ppl than Coronavirus …
    My family won't get a dose of that poison, over my dead body !!!

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    This people are criminals fake corona

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    Stop trusting Fauci…he and Bill Gates are killing people round the world…except no one is speaking for them because they are too poor and unaware of what's really going on

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    With 156,772 Deaths:
    The United States leads the world in COVID-19 Deaths
    Worldometer-COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic
    Last updated: August 01, 2020, 09:37 GMT

    How could a 74-year-old United States President, Donald Trump, after eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic, from January 5, 2020, when the WHO first published the Disease Outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic to now August 1, 2020, not know how this virus is transmitted?

    The U.S. was beset by denial and dysfunction as the coronavirus raged.
    From the Oval Office to the CDC, political and institutional failures cascaded through the system, and opportunities to mitigate the pandemic were lost. The president’s behavior and combative statements were merely a visible layer on top of deeper levels of dysfunction.

    “Denial is not likely to be a successful strategy for survival,” GOP pollster Neil Newhouse concluded in a document that was shared with GOP leaders on Capitol Hill and discussed widely at the White House.

    “This has been a real blow to the sense that America was competent,” said Gregory F. Treverton, a former chairman of the National Intelligence Council, the government’s senior-most provider of intelligence analysis.

    The Washington Post/By Yasmeen Abutaleb, Josh Dawsey, Ellen Nakashima, and Greg Miller/ APRIL 4, 2020

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    Sherrie Erlbacher

    Do not trust CDC…

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    .. not one item out of the mouths of these GOP socio/psychopaths, is relevant .. yawn. next.

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