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Could the pandemic end in 2022? Doctor weighs in on year ahead in health and wellness

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NBC News senior medical correspondent Dr. John Torres joins TODAY to break down what to expect in regards to health and wellness next year. He talks about the likelihood of the pandemic ending, how vaccines and boosters will play a role in controlling the spread of the disease, and the pills that could prevent serious illness related to COVID-19.