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What We Don't Know About Potential Vaccines; Protest Safety

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People listen to speakers in the newly created Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ), in Seattle, Washington on June 11, 2020.

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All week we've been hearing about rising cases in states around the country. The stock market reacted on Thursday, in part after Federal Reserve officials predicted the unemployment rate will still be above 9% at the end of the year.

There's a lot we don't know about the White House's public-private partnership to develop a vaccine, Operation Warp Speed. NPR's Sydney Lupkin reports on a winnowing field of vaccine candidates.

And during a pandemic, the most vulnerable newborns require even more protection.

Plus, NPR's Maria Godoy shares tips to minimize the risks of COVID-19 for yourself and others if you've been out protesting.

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This episode was recorded and published as part of this podcast's former 'Coronavirus Daily' format.

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