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Dr. Julie Morita, who serves on President-elect Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board, joins Weekend TODAY and says, “What the approval of these two vaccines has done really has given us hope. It’s really pushed us and given us another step in the right direction to ending this pandemic.” Morita also says that while Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines are similar and both highly effective, the main differences between them is how they are stored.