The Weekly: Central Florida doctor talks COVID-19, vaccine distribution

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Cases and hospitalizations are spiking, and the country just had its deadliest week on record. As more people get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, other companies -- including Johnson and Johnson -- are hoping their versions will get FDA authorization soon.
Cases and hospitalizations are spiking, and the country just had its deadliest week on record. As more people get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, other companies -- including Johnson and Johnson -- are hoping their versions will get FDA authorization soon.

ORLANDO, Fla. – While the vaccine has given us hope, the coronavirus continues to surge across the United States.

Cases and hospitalizations are spiking, and the country just had its deadliest week on record. As more people get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, other companies -- including Johnson and Johnson -- are hoping their versions will get FDA authorization soon.

Dr. Kenneth Alexander with Nemours Hospital joined anchor Justin Warmoth on “The Weekly on ClickOrlando.com” to discuss the pandemic, vaccine distribution and what we know about a new variant of the virus.


About the Author:

Justin Warmoth joined News 6 in February 2013 as our Brevard County reporter. In March of 2016, after anchoring the weekend mornings since August of 2015, Justin was promoted to weekday morning anchor. You can catch him Monday through Friday mornings from 5-7 a.m. and at noon.