Newsy 24 Sep 2020

Can You Get A Flu Shot and COVID-19 Vaccine (Once One Is Approved)?


Health experts are urging flu shots this year as they warn of a "twindemic." But could you get a flu shot and COVID-19 shot when the FDA approves one?

A new poll from Leger suggests Canadians are growing less supportive of making a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory when one becomes available.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta shows that Covid-19 deaths in North Dakota and South Dakota have now surpassed South Korea despite a substantially smaller population.
British drug company AstraZeneca and Oxford University say late-stage testing of their Covid-19 vaccine shows it is highly effective.
AstraZeneca says its Covid-19 vaccine is 70 percent effective on average and can be stored at normal fridge temperatures. It is easier to distribute and cheaper than its rivals, making it affordable for the developing world.

Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports from London, the United Kingdom.
We go to Middle East - to discuss Mike Pompeo's farewell tour of the region, Trump's legacy - as well the Covid vaccines. Is there now light at the end of the tunnel? But first - the United Nations says a full scale humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Ethiopia. And in the EU. Budget stalemate. Is there a way through?

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