President Trump contradicts health officials on vaccine distribution timeline
Sunday, 20 September 2020
As the nation approaches 200,000 coronavirus deaths, President Trump continues to insist vaccines will be available for mass distribution by April, contradicting the claims of health officials. CDC Director Robert Redfield said one would most likely be ready by late 2021. Michael George reports.
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