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CNN 10 - September 4, 2020

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September 4, 2020

Will a coronavirus vaccine be available in the U.S. this October, and what other kinds of drugs are being tested in the fight against the disease? These are the questions we explore first today on CNN 10. A call for election poll workers, a debate over ending time changes, and a pair of predictions from historic American almanacs are today's other topics.

1. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who recently said he'd resign from his position, is the leader of what nation?

2. What U.S. state was hardest-hit by Hurricane Laura, which destroyed homes, businesses, and electrical framework?

3. In what nation was a concert recently held -- albeit with tight controls -- to test out how Covid-19 could spread and be prevented at large-scale events?

4. Before a vaccine can be put on the market in the U.S., it must be approved by what government agency?

5 . According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, what percentage of Americans who have caught coronavirus have no symptoms of the disease?

6. On Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump visited what city, which has seen days of protests and unrest since a shooting occurred there on August 23?

7. The Internet Research Agency, which Facebook recently accused of being connected to a troll farm, is located in what country?

8. What is also known as the "world's largest pharmacy" -- a place where indigenous groups are using drones to keep tabs on illegal activity?

9. Before they could start testing drone delivery in the U.S., retailers and shipping companies had to get permission from what government organization?

10. Name one of the historic American publications that was created in 1792 or 1818 and which aims to predict weather events months in advance.

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