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CBC News 24 Nov 2020

Researcher hopes Canada is better prepared for vaccine manufacturing in the future


Volker Gerdts, a leading vaccine researcher at the University of Saskatchewan, says Canada should focus on manufacturing vaccines domestically to better prepare for future events.


Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Jeff Saturday debate what is at stake for Patrick Mahomes in the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills AFC Championship Game.
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Mike Florio and Charean Williams go through the latest PFT PM Mailbag and debate whether or not Bill Belichick is rooting for or against Tom Brady in the NFC Championship game with the Bucs.
With an Ebola outbreak ongoing in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2019, authorities in Uganda stepped up their health and response systems in readiness of possible important of the deadly virus. This investment in epidemic preparedness paid dividends, protecting Uganda citizens from an outbreak of Ebola.
A complex coronavirus vaccine rollout has begun in the United States, with healthcare workers beginning a push to get the jab out.

The vaccine comes too late to save President Trump though, as the Electoral College meets to formally elect Joe Biden the 46th President of the United States.

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