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What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause? What could be the ripple effects of the J&J rollout pause?
Wed, April, 14, 2021
Will the recent negative press surrounding Johnson & Johnson's pandemic shot make it harder to convince those on the fence? Pharmaceutical Expert Dr. Dean Fanelli joins us with a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 07, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 07, 2021
Wed, April, 7, 2021
President Biden says all U.S. adults should be eligible for vaccine by April 19, Derek Chauvin murder-trial testimony focuses on police training, and gift card scams are on the rise.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 01, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 01, 2021
Mon, March, 1, 2021
What will the approval of the J&J vaccine mean for the immunization effort, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo responds to sex-harassment claims, and A troop made up of homeless girls is on a mission to sell Girl Scout cookies in all 50 states.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 15, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 15, 2021
Mon, February, 15, 2021
U.S. administers 52.9 million doses of pandemic inoculations, Washington moves on from impeachment, and here are the most surprising facts about every American president.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 12, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 12, 2021
Fri, February, 12, 2021
Third-day of impeachment trial ends, Fort Worth pileup leads to at least 6 deaths, and teen uses college savings to help pay mom's rent.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 27, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 27, 2021
Wed, January, 27, 2021
Biden administration to buy enough doses to help most Americans by end of summer, most Republican Senators reject constitutionality of impeachment, and New Jersey policeman adopts abandoned pit bull found by officers.
Why Many Bosses Won't Require Workers to Get the Vaccine Why Many Bosses Won't Require Workers to Get the Vaccine
Mon, December, 28, 2020
Chip Cutter from The Wall Street Journal looks at how employers plan to convince workers to get the vaccine without mandating it.
Trump-Biden divide hampers vaccine trust-building effort Trump-Biden divide hampers vaccine trust-building effort
Thu, December, 17, 2020
Anita Kumar from POLITICO explains what it's going to take to build trust when it comes to a vaccine.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 16, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 16, 2020
Wed, December, 16, 2020
Congressional leaders say they are closer to stimulus deal, Moderna vaccine found to be highly effective, and it's going to be a make-or-break holiday season for certain retailers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 11, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 11, 2020
Fri, December, 11, 2020
FDA panel endorses latest vaccine, McConnell rejects bipartisan White House-backed relief plan, and over 900 Dairy Queen customers 'pay it forward' at Minnesota drive-thru.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 09, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 09, 2020
Wed, December, 9, 2020
FDA says Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe, Supreme Court denies long-shot Republican bid to block Pennsylvania election results, and Chicago 7-year-old raises money for hospital's pandemic gear.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 08, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 08, 2020
Tue, December, 8, 2020
First person in the world given Pfizer's vaccine, Georgia again certifies Joe Biden's win, and here's your guide to holiday tipping during the pandemic.
Moderna to Request Emergency Authorization of Vaccine Moderna to Request Emergency Authorization of Vaccine
Tue, December, 1, 2020
A week after Pfizer, Moderna has become the second company to apply to the FDA for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. Dr. Dean Fanelli, a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, analyzes the news.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2020 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 01, 2020
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Moderna asks health regulators to authorize its covid-19 vaccine, Arizona, Wisconsin certify narrow victories for Joe Biden, and Louisville coffee shop customer pays it forward with random act of kindness.
COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Look to Make a Difference COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Volunteers Look to Make a Difference
Tue, October, 13, 2020
On the heels of news that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine trial has been halted due to an unexplained illness in a study participant, Rolfe Winkler from The Wall Street Journal looks at volunteers' experiences in COVID-19 vaccine trials.
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? A CDC panel usually decides
Tue, May, 19, 2020
When a coronavirus vaccine is developed, who will be first in line to get it? Elizbeth Weise from USA Today joins us with the story.