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Will Americans take the coronavirus vaccine once it is approved?

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In the wake of the news that the United Kingdom has granted emergency approval of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, there are already questions about just how many Americans will be willing to receive a vaccine once it is approved here. TODAY senior international correspondent Keir Simmons reports as our week-long series “Race for a Vaccine” continues.