Trump Contradicts CDC Chief Saying Vaccine Won’t Be Widely Available Until Late 2021: ‘He Was Confused… Mistaken’

Earlier Wednesday, CDC director Robert Redfield said during his congressional testimony that a coronavirus vaccine will come out “in very limited supply” in November-December and will be “generally available to the American public” by “late second quarter, third quarter 2021.”

Sen. Kennedy: When do you think we’ll have a vaccine ready for the public?

CDC Dir. Redfield: Vaccine initially available in Nov.-Dec. but in “very limited supply.” If asking when is it going to be
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