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GOP senator who tested positive for Covid-19 now tests negative

November 22, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s campaign says the Georgia Republican’s Covid-19 test has come back negative.

“We don’t know yet,” Gottlieb told Brennan when she asked whether people would have to go back and get the vaccine every year.

“But, we’re not going to know the full profile until you have that long term follow up data,” which is why the FDA is taking what he called a prudent approach and probably won’t generally license the vaccine until they have six or eight months of long term follow up data on trial participants who were vaccinated and people who are vaccinated in the next several months.

The United States has reported more than three million new Covid-19 cases this month as of 1 p. m. EST Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

The United States has reported more than 3 million new Covid-19 cases in November as of 1 p. m. EST Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

The number of new daily coronavirus cases has nearly tripled since numbers reported in the beginning of the month of November.

On Sunday, the state reported at least 2,562 people were hospitalized because of Covid-19 and 30 people died from the virus on Saturday, the governor tweeted.

One thing to note: These numbers were released by the state’s health agency, and may not line up exactly in real time with CNN’s database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and our Covid tracker.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have the ultimate determination for recommendations on who gets a Covid-19 vaccine first, and that he would have no hesitation in taking it if he was in that group.

“The CDC has the ultimate determination for the recommendations,” he told CBS’s Margaret Brennan on Face the Nation on Sunday.

“They’ll be able to say okay, on the basis of our determination and our advisory committee, this is the prioritization of people who will get it,” he said, adding that that if things go well, “and I think that they will,” and the vaccines get the EUA which is expected, “we will have maybe 20 million people will be able to get vaccinated by the middle to the end of December and then as we get into January, February, even more. ” 

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