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USA Today Creates: What Time Is It - A unique way to think about when a COVID-19 vaccine is Coming

It's a simple way to take a look at when a panel of experts predict the U.S. will see a widespread vaccine.

The question was constant for the team at USA Today covering the COVID-19 vaccine.

When will it come?

USA Today used a clock analogy to examine that question, determining we're at 4 a.m. on a 12-hour clock, or about one-third of the way to a vaccine being made available to the general public.

Reporter Elizabeth Weise talked about the project today with Jana.

Read more about the USA Today vaccine analysis on its website

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