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Coronavirus vaccine could be ready in a month, says Donald Trump

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
US President Donald Trump said Tuesday that a coronavirus vaccine may be available within a month -- an acceleration of even his own surprisingly optimistic predictions -- but added that the pandemic could go away by itself.
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