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At least one COVID vaccine will be ready by end of 2020, says National Institutes of Health director

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Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, says four vaccines have advanced to the next phase of testing and will begin trials with thousands of people on Monday, July 27 in hotspots across the U.S.