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ABC News 17 Nov 2020

Doctor in Pfizer trial talks distribution of COVID vaccine


Infectious disease specialist Dr. Onyema Ogbuagu discusses Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine candidate as well as the company's plans to distribute it.

Sen. Kamala Harris blasts President Trump for engaging in a "cover-up" of COVID-19 early on in the crisis.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the world has surpassed 40 million, as scientists continue to work on developing vaccines. Emergency care physician Dr. Ron Elfenbein, joined CBSN to discuss what hurdles the U.S. and other countries will face in the process to distribute the urgently needed vaccine.'s MacKenzie Sigalos has the day's top business news headlines. Pfizer submitted its Covid-19 vaccine to the FDA for emergency authorization today, kicking off the first step of the approval and deployment process. But CNBC's Bertha Coombs explains how, at the same time, the combination of rising infection and Thanksgiving travel prep is putting a strain on some clinics that offer tests for the virus. Plus, the "After Hours" team dives into the rave reviews for Apple's new M1 chips.

00:00 -- Intro
0:40 -- Stocks close the week mixed
2:26 -- Covid-19 testing bottlenecks
4:13 -- CNBC Soundcheck
5:45 -- Apple's M1 Debut
9:37 -- Numbers Round
As the #Covid-19 second wave continues to spread across #France, the Eastern region of #Alsace has seen relatively few cases. Yet six months ago, it was the most affected region during the country's first #outbreak.

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