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The Dow Jones Industrial Average was poised for a more than 100-point drop this morning, even after the news that Pfizer’s vaccine was approved for emergency use in the U.K. People who live in long-term care facilities and work in health-care will be the first to be inoculated next week.

Meanwhile, in the U.S., the FDA granted Roche emergency use for its blood test that shows virus antibodies.

“Antibody tests like these will play a critical role in measuring a person’s vaccine-induced immune response,” a Roche official said.

This morning ADP private jobs report was released, showing results that were much worse than expected.  

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It’s all about to transform – and you need to do these three things


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President-elect Joe Biden has made lots of promises starting on “Day One” or early in his presidency…
He’s promised to undo many of Trump’s tax cuts… boost workers’ rights to unionize… ban natural gas leasing on federal lands… pass new anti-discrimination protections… rescind Trump’s travel bans… and much, much more.
Not to mention the changes we’ll inevitably see because of all the new money printing and debt that’s accumulated over the past few years…
And that progressives will soon usher through Congress…
There’s absolutely no doubt that the next few years are going to see massive transformations to our financial system.
Which is why Porter Stansberry, Founder of Stansberry Research, says there are 3 critical steps every American must take with your money, starting immediately.


This is who gets the vaccine first

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After the virus vaccines are cleared by the Food and Drug Administration, people who work in the health-care field, or live in long-term care facilities, will be the first to be inoculated. A CDC panel voted 13-1 yesterday about the order of distribution that would prioritize these 21 million employees and 3 million residents.

According to vaccine chief Moncef Slaoui, everyone in the U.S. will receive the vaccine by June of next year, and the entire world population could receive it by the middle of 2022.

“This guidance will be extremely helpful because it will be science-based, and also will give us the framework to be able to ensure that our guidelines are consistent with what is recommended by support staff,” said a spokesperson for the Alabama Department of Public Health.

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