Pfizer applies for emergency vaccine approval as COVID-19 cases in US reach new high
Fox News' Christina Coleman reports the latest on the coronavirus pandemic.
Pfizer's potential vaccine has created high hopes as officials are still urging social distancing and other safe practices as COVID-19 cases skyrocket. Moderna says its coronavirus vaccine candidate is more than 94% effective in preliminary data from clinical trials. The news comes as the U.S. surpassed a total of 11 million cases of COVID-19. Reporter Bofta Yimam joins CBSN AM to talk about the latest on the pandemic. The number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases in Argentina is falling, and the most populated areas in and around Buenos Aries are officially out of lockdown.
The country is preparing for the summer tourist season but with one of the highest death rates in the world, there are fears of a second wave of infections next year.
CGTN's Joel Richards reports. Care home COVID-19 cases in some pockets of the UK have risen sharply and Leeds is seeing a spike higher now than in May in the social care sector.
Sky News' Economic Editor Ed Conway takes a closer look at how care homes is coping with COVID-19 in England according to new internal NHS documents.