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Coronavirus updates: Fauci confident vaccine will get to Americans in 2021; Lena Dunham has lingering symptoms; MLB continues to struggle

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Dr. Fauci remains confident that a vaccine will be ready by early next year. Lena Dunham reveals she had COVID-19. More news Saturday.
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News video: Lena Dunham still experiencing health problems from Covid-19 battle in March

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Lena Dunham has written about the lasting impact of her battle with Covid-19.

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