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Yasmin Vossoughian: COVID-19 Vaccine, “It certainly does not mean we can let down our guard”

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In her weekly segment, #therun, MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian discusses the COVID-19 vaccine. The FDA has approved the vaccine and by next week thousands of healthcare workers and nursing home residents will have a vaccine in their arms. However, with almost 300 thousand deaths in the United States, the virus is still very present and dangerous. Vossoughian warns people to stay safe, she says, “Just because this day is here, a day we have anticipated since early March does not mean it's over and it certainly does not mean we can let down our guard.”