Meadows 'hopeful' announcements about COVID-19 therapies coming soon
"We're hopeful that with some of the breakthrough technology on therapeutics that we'll be able to announce some new therapies in the coming days," Meadows said
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As the nation continues to grapple with the COVID-19 crisis, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Sunday said he is "hopeful" that there will be announcements soon about coronavirus therapies.
"We're hopeful that with some of the breakthrough technology on therapeutics that we'll be able to announce some new therapies in the coming days," he said during an interview on ABC's "This Week."
He said he anticipates that positive news will be coming "in the next couple of days" pertaining to the "therapeutic and vaccine fronts."
According to Johns Hopkins University there have been more than 4.18 million confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S., and more than 146,000 deaths.
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