Did you know: When the first two Covid-19 vaccines were approved for emergency use they were proven effective for most people, but only anywhere from two weeks to two months?
Will you need booster shots soon?
What's an RNA vaccine, and why do you need two doses?
What's the difference between the first two RNA vaccines and the other coronavirus vaccines soon to follow?
Have government scientists pinpointed the "origin" of Covid-19?
These are some of the many questions I ask of the chief virologist at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Dr. John Dye. That informative conversation Sunday on Full Measure.
Also Scott Thuman joins me with the nuts and bolts of impeachment. What's the prognosis of the Senate holding an impeachment trial for a president who will then be out of office?
And what if seemingly random world events are connected in an unexpected way? Lisa Fletcher talks to the author of: "The New Rules of War."
In the book, Sean McFate "delivers a highly provocative, even controversial, exploration of modern warfare and what we must do to win in the future." He also gives his ten rules for future military engagement in and age "where corporations, mercenaries, and rogue states have more power and ‘nation states’ have less."
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