Health officials took to the Sunday morning political shows to express anticipation of a COVID-19 vaccine that could be days away from approval by emergency authorization and distributed to high-risk populations before the end of the year.
At the same time, they urged the public to wear masks and continue to practice social distancing, warning of dire months to come.
Separately, two senators said they were optimistic a coronavirus deal put together by centrists could win passage in the House and Senate.
The other big topic on Sunday was the presidential election and President Trump’s appearance at a rally in Georgia on Saturday, where he continued to claim he won a state where President-elect Biden took more votes.
Several officials appearing on Sunday shows had pushed back at Trump’s claims, with some expressing worry Trump could be hurting the GOP’s chances to win two Senate runoff elections in January.
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