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CDC's Redfield contradicts Trump admin on COVID vaccine timing, says sometime in 2021

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield on Wednesday told a panel of Senate lawmakers not to expect a coronavirus vaccine to become widely available this year, effectively contradicting President Trump’s repeated assertion that a vaccine might be available before the November election.
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