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A New Vaccine Against COVID And Health Experts Answer Your Questions

Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is declared to be 90% effective but sub-zero storage and other issues may mean that it’s not the solution to our COVID problems and leading health experts weigh in on the vaccine as Texas surpasses one million COVID cases.


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An ad for COVID-19 testing reflects on glass at a bus stop, as pedestrians walk past Pfizer world headquarters in New York on Monday Nov. 9, 2020. Pfizer says an early peek at its vaccine data suggests the shots may be 90% effective at preventing COVID-19, but it doesn’t mean a vaccine is imminent.


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A new COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer, other new COVID research and developments as Texas becomes the first state to break past the million case mark over the weekend. Global health expert and chair and president of ACCESS Health International, Dr. William Haseltine, walks us through what this means for the oncoming winter season.

In the second half of the show, UTHealth epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Troisi answers your COVID questions.

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