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Now More: The vaccine will be administered in the United States in 2019.

The first batch of the vaccine is expected to be administered to those who have been infected with Ebola in West Africa.

Today, TODAY will broadcast an hour-long special with Dr. Faucom and Dr. Thomas Frieden.

In the hour-and-a-half special, Dr. Frieden will discuss why vaccines are the only way to protect the country.

This vaccine has a 90 percent success rate and is expected by 2020 to be available to patients who have not been vaccinated.

Now Today will be airing a special, “I’m a Patient.”

Today’s special will air live at 11 a.m.

ET and will be followed by an online special, The Vaccine, which will air at 2 p.m ET.

Today will also air a special on Monday, “Ebola: What You Need to Know.”

The Special will be available at the following websites: Today, Today, MyMom.com, TODAY.com.

Today’s Special will also be available online at: Today Today Today, EverydayHealthToday.com Today Today today, TheTodayApp.com and TheTodayTV.com All times Eastern.

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