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Late night hosts roast new name for Pfizer vaccine

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Late night hosts roast new name for Pfizer vaccine

Late night hosts roast new name for Pfizer vaccine

It may save your life, but can you pronounce it?

The Pfizer vaccine’s new name “Comirnaty” is getting raked over the coals.

CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports.


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