Vaccines Are Promising But Public Must Be Safe For Now: Doctor
Dr. Michelle McMurry-Heath of the Biotechnology Innovation Organization joins Morning Joe to discuss recent vaccine developments and why Americans should follow public health guidelines during the holidays. Aired on 11/19/2020.
President-elect Joe Biden is welcoming the progress being made toward a coronavirus vaccine, but said the process must be transparent to ensure confidence and safety. Bina Venkataraman, an editorial page editor for the Boston Globe and former adviser to President Obama's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology during the Ebola pandemic, spoke to "Red and Blue" host Elaine Quijano about the efforts to ensure public trust in a coronavirus vaccine. Joe Biden delivered remarks as the country still awaits results in the 2020 presidential election. He urged that "every vote must be counted" but was hopeful he would win the election. The baseball season is over and the playoffs are underway, but the game once known as America's national pastime continues to face intense competition for fans. How do you revive interest in the games; can the future of the MLB be saved? Steve Forbes tackles the leisurely pace of baseball today, the new rules initiated and the changes that must be considered to preserve the future of baseball.
What's Ahead featuring Steve Forbes provides his insights and perspective, to stay on top of what's happening in this ever-turbulent world with glimpses into the future. What's Ahead airs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
#SteveForbes #WhatsAhead US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced Monday its coronavirus vaccine had shown 90 percent effectiveness. Regulators have not yet approved the vaccine, which must be administered in two doses, most likely in hospitals. An effective vaccine is seen as the best hope to break the cycle of deadly virus surges followed by severe restrictions across much of the world since Covid-19 first emerged in China late last year.