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Coronavirus / US / Vaccine / Wen, Murray Interviews #1272838

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 10, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FDA panel's vote approving emergency use authorization for the Pfizer vaccine against the coronavirus in a day with record deaths introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Dr. Leana Wen about the vaccine. [WEN - offers views on the "monumental" ruling by the panel that could lead to FDA approval leading to doses of vaccine going out to states, on why panelists voted "no" due to issues with 16 & 17- year-olds being included, on whether pregnant women should be included, on the vaccine & immunity: it prevents symptoms of coronavirus but maybe you can still catch the virus.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's University of Washington Inst. for Health Metrics & Evaluation dir. Dr. Chris Murray about coronavirus models. [MURRAY - offers views on what has brought the forecasts down, on how many lives would be saved if mask use goes up.] {Audio problems with Dr. Murray noted: discussion cut short.}

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