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  • three Quick and indisputable facts start today's show.

    三快不爭的事實開始今天的節目。

  • This is CNN 10.

    這裡是CNN 10。

  • I'm Carla Zeus and Fridays are awesome.

    我是卡拉-宙斯,星期五是真棒。

  • Thank you for watching this Friday, the 13th edition of our program.

    感謝您收看本週五第13期節目。

  • We told you earlier this week how Pfizer American Pharmaceutical Company says it's seen some promising early results from the coronavirus vaccine it's working on.

    本週早些時候,我們告訴你輝瑞美國製藥公司如何說它看到了一些有希望的早期結果,它正在研究的冠狀病毒疫苗。

  • It's not the only company racing to do this.

    這不是唯一一家競相做這件事的公司。

  • Since the pandemic began, researchers worldwide have been trying to learn all they can about the disease and develop methods and medicines to stop it.

    自疫情開始以來,全世界的研究人員一直在努力瞭解有關這種疾病的一切資訊,並開發出阻止這種疾病的方法和藥物。

  • Russia's government says it's approved to vaccines intended to protect people from Cove in 19.

    俄羅斯政府表示,它的準許到疫苗旨在保護人們從科夫在19。

  • The critics say the shots have not undergone the same amount of testing they would have in the United States.

    批評者說,這些鏡頭沒有經過與美國相同數量的測試。

  • Still, the fact that several organizations have even gotten close is remarkable because it usually takes several years and often 10 or mawr for a vaccine to go from development to the doctor's office even when the vaccine is approved in the U.

    不過,幾個組織甚至已經接近的事實還是很了不起的,因為即使疫苗在美國獲得準許,疫苗從研發到進入醫生辦公室,通常也需要幾年時間,而且往往需要10年或1年。

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  • A CNN poll conducted last month indicated that 45% of Americans would not try to get vaccinated if the vaccine were widely available at low cost, 51% of Americans said they would try to get vaccinated, but that percentage had decreased since May.

    美國有線電視新聞網上個月進行的一項民調顯示,如果疫苗能以低價廣泛提供,45%的美國人不會嘗試接種疫苗,51%的美國人表示會嘗試接種疫苗,但這一比例自5月以來有所下降。

  • So that's one obstacle for Pfizer and other vaccine advocates, along with the basic logistics of distributing the shot around the world way, are in a very, very good situation.

    所以這是輝瑞公司和其他疫苗倡導者的一個障礙,還有基本的物流,在全球範圍內分發疫苗的方式,都處於一個非常非常好的狀態。

  • Toe have 1.3 billion doses globally again next year.

    明年全球又有13億劑量的Toe。

  • Millions of doses have already been made ready to go.

    數以百萬計的劑量已經做好了準備。

  • Should the Pfizer Bio n Tek vaccine candidate get regulatory approval.

    如果輝瑞生物n Tek候選疫苗獲得監管部門準許。

  • This one uses messenger RNA, a new technology which poses a major challenge for storage and transportation off the vaccine.

    這個使用的是信使RNA,這是一種新技術,對疫苗的儲存和運輸關提出了很大的挑戰。

  • We have to keep the product very cold and chipped in very much sub breaching temperatures.

    我們必須在非常多的次突破溫度下保持產品非常冷和削。

  • Then there will be a short term instability, perhaps it refrigerated temperatures, and that's going to be a logistical challenge.

    那麼就會出現短期的不穩定,也許它冷藏的溫度,這將是一個後勤的挑戰。

  • Logistics Firms like UPS, FedEx on Deutsche Post DHL started planning for this months ago if we have about 9000 healthcare specialists around the globe.

    物流公司如UPS,聯邦快遞對德國郵政DHL開始規劃幾個月前,如果我們有大約9000保健專家在全球各地。

  • About 140 certified warehouses around the globe about another 100 terminals that are certified for health care way also had to make some specific investments in minus 80 degrees storage points and campaigners to be able to distribute so those Airil things that way had to do.

    全球大約140個認證倉庫大約另外100個終端,認證的保健方式也不得不做一些特定的投資,在零下80度的存儲點和競選者能夠分配,所以這些Airil的事情,方式不得不做。

  • Thes firms are a critical link between the pharmaceutical firms and governments.

    這些公司是醫藥公司和政府之間的重要紐帶。

  • What we have to focus on is our interaction with our customers.

    我們要注重的是與客戶的互動。

  • When they say that need to be ready, we working and we're planning accordingly to debt on.

    當他們說,需要做好準備,我們工作,我們計劃相應的債務上。

  • We will be ready.

    我們會準備好的

  • Logistics firms may be ready to transport a covert 19 vaccine.

    物流公司可能已經做好了運輸19種祕密疫苗的準備。

  • Some countries may not be ready to receive it.

    有些國家可能還沒有準備好接受它。

  • This challenge is probably the biggest logistical challenge we've ever faced.

    這個挑戰可能是我們所面臨的最大的後勤挑戰。

  • Regardless of the temperature, minus 80 adds another dynamic and another problem.

    不管溫度如何,零下80度又增加了一個動態,又增加了一個問題。

  • Um, you know, I'm being told that this vaccine isn't really designed and being expected to be used in low and middle income countries.

    嗯,你知道,我被告知,這種疫苗並不是真正設計的,也不指望在中低收入國家使用。

  • That personally concerns me because we should be making sure that we deliver vaccine equitably.

    這一點我個人很擔心,因為我們應該確保公平地提供疫苗。

  • Other promising Kovar 19 vaccine candidates are nearing the end of phase three trials, and they won't all need sub zero storage.

    其他有希望的科華19號疫苗候選者的三期試驗也接近尾聲,它們不會都需要零度以下的儲存。

  • They will, however, all need huge logistical support to make it toe the corners of the world.

    不過,它們都需要巨大的後勤支持,才能走到世界的各個角落。

  • Anna Stewart, CNN London 12th Trivia.

    安娜-斯圖爾特,美國有線電視新聞網倫敦12日瑣。

  • Which of these events took place in 16 21 the Mayflower sailed from England the 30 years war began, the first Thanksgiving was celebrated where William Shakespeare died.

    這些事件中的哪些事件發生在1621年,五月花號從英國啟航,30年戰爭開始,威廉-莎士比亞去世的地方慶祝了第一個感恩節。

  • These are all events from the 16 hundreds, but it wasn't 16 21 that the first Thanksgiving meal was celebrated.

    這些都是16百年來的事情,但第一次感恩節大餐的慶祝活動並不是16 21年。

  • There is no historical evidence that Turkey was served at that first Thanksgiving meal, venison and goose worm or probable.

    沒有任何歷史證據表明,那第一頓感恩節大餐上有火雞,鹿肉和鵝肉蟲或有可能。

  • But for many Americans, it's hard to imagine Thanksgiving without the traditional bird on the table.

    但對於很多美國人來說,很難想象感恩節的餐桌上沒有傳統的鳥。

  • It's also hard to imagine not getting together with family and friends, though.

    不過,也很難想象不和家人朋友聚在一起。

  • As we told you yesterday, coronavirus and its related restrictions may affect some people's ability to do that.

    正如我們昨天告訴你的,冠狀病毒及其相關限制可能會影響一些人的能力。

  • How about shopping the day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday.

    不如在感恩節後一天購物,被稱為黑色星期五。

  • It's called that because in retail terms, being in the black means making a profit.

    之所以這麼說,是因為在零售業來說,做黑店就是要盈利。

  • And that's what many retailers look forward to as black Friday traditionally marks the start of the holiday shopping season with Christmas about a month away.

    而這也是許多零售商所期待的,因為黑色星期五傳統上標誌著節日購物季的開始,距離聖誕節還有一個月左右。

  • But the nature of how Americans shop has been changing in recent years, and 2020 could dramatically accelerate that change.

    但近年來,美國人購物方式的性質一直在發生變化,而2020年可能會大大加速這種變化。

  • Black Friday used to look like this.

    黑色星期五以前是這樣的。

  • Now it looks like this.

    現在它看起來像這樣。

  • Do you think about black Friday long lines in the store or even outside the store people to get, and you just can't have that this year.

    你想過黑色星期五在商店裡甚至店外排長隊的人去買嗎,今年就不能有這種情況。

  • Pushed by the growth of big box stores, Black Friday started gaining traction in the eighties and nineties.

    在大賣場發展的推動下,黑色星期五在八九十年代開始流行起來。

  • But in recent years, the appeal of waiting in line for hours has waned.

    但近年來,排隊等候數小時的吸引力已經減弱。

  • Black Friday was in the past, the day where you would go to the stores and get the deal that you couldn't get anywhere else anytime else.

    過去的黑色星期五,就是在這一天,你會去商店買到其他地方隨時都買不到的優惠。

  • But now there's, uh, deals that are comparable online not only on cyber Monday but throughout the holiday season.

    但現在有,呃,網上可比的交易不僅在網絡星期一,而且在整個假日季節。

  • So I think there's no longer that sense of urgency to shop off on that specific day in the way that there waas maybe 10 years ago.

    所以我覺得現在已經沒有那種在特定日子裡購物的緊迫感了,就像10年前一樣。

  • Due to the pandemic, the future of the annual event is even Mawr uncertain.

    由於疫情的影響,一年一度的活動的前景更是莫測。

  • The pandemic has really affected pretty much everything about the way we shop, and the question is how much of that is permanent and how much is temporary as it really specifically to the holiday season.

    這場大流行真的影響了相當多的一切關於我們購物的方式,和問題是多少是永久的和多少是暫時的,因為它真的具體到假日季節。

  • I think the biggest change is going to be more shopping online.

    我覺得最大的變化是會有更多的人在網上購物。

  • Online sales were rising before the pandemic in 2019 shoppers spent more than $600 billion online, according to the Commerce Department.

    根據商務部的數據,2019年購物者在網上的消費超過6000億美元,在線銷售在流行之前正在上升。

  • That's up nearly 15% from the previous year, and big retailers have noticed cos air offering Mawr deals more often cos we're trying to incentivize people to shop earlier by starting their promotions earlier this season.

    這比上一年增長了近15%,大的零售商已經注意到了cos空氣提供Mawr優惠更多的時候,因為我們正試圖通過開始他們的促銷活動更早的這個季節來激勵人們提前購物。

  • Last year we hosted a single in store of it this year were spreading those savings over three separate events.

    去年,我們舉辦了一個單一的商店的它今年被傳播這些儲蓄在三個單獨的事件。

  • Amazon normally has their prime day in July this year because of the pandemic they didn't have in July, and they ultimately ended up moving in to mid October.

    亞馬遜通常在今年7月才有prime day,因為7月沒有流行病,他們最終還是搬到了10月中旬。

  • And what we saw was a lot of the mass merchants try to respond with their own promotions to compete with Amazon.

    而我們看到的是,很多大眾商家試圖用自己的促銷活動來應對,與亞馬遜競爭。

  • Eso Target moved their deal days to compete in those same days that Amazon was holding their prime day, J.

    Eso Target將他們的交易日搬到了亞馬遜舉行prime day的那些日子裡來競爭,J。

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  • Penney had a similar that Wal Mart was also doing a lot of promotions.

    潘尼也有類似的,沃爾瑪也在做很多促銷活動。

  • So what does Black Friday look like?

    那麼黑色星期五是什麼樣的呢?

  • In 2020?

    在2020年?

  • It might look a bit different for everyone.

    可能每個人看起來都有點不同。

  • 30 states hit a record in their seven day average of new cases in this last week.

    30個州在這上週創下了7天平均新增病例的記錄。

  • 30 of the 50 states hitting a new record in new infections in this past week, with online shopping rising and the pandemic ongoing.

    過去一週,50個州中有30個州的新感染病例創下新紀錄,網上購物上升,疫情持續。

  • The ritual of staking out a brick and mortar store and finding deals you couldn't find anywhere else might be long gone.

    在實體店打樁,找到其他地方找不到的優惠的儀式可能早已不復存在。

  • So I think black Friday was already losing a lot of relevance.

    所以我認為黑色星期五已經失去了很多意義。

  • And I think the pandemic might ultimately end up just being kind of the nail in the coffin for the holiday.

    我想這場大流行最終可能會成為這個節日的釘子。

  • Not to say we won't have it in some form, but I think it's not going to go back to what it waas.

    不是說我們不會以某種形式擁有它,但我認為它不會回到原來的樣子。

  • It looks like a dolphin swims like a dolphin and performs like a dolphin.

    它看起來像海豚,遊起來像海豚,表演起來像海豚。

  • It must be a robot.

    一定是個機器人

  • This one is a robot, not a dolphin.

    這個是機器人,不是海豚。

  • It's a creation of an engineering company that makes life like animatronics for movies.

    這是一家工程公司的創造,它讓生活像電影的動畫一樣。

  • And according to the Reuters news agency, the company hopes robots will one day replace live animals at theme parks.

    而據路透社報道,該公司希望有一天機器人能取代主題公園裡的活體動物。

  • What's unknown is if crowds will pay to see robots instead of real animals, and whether the animatronics price tag will be worthwhile to aquariums.

    不知道的是,眾人是否會花錢去看機器人而不是真正的動物,以及卡通片的價格是否值得水族館去看。

  • The environmental news company Echo Watch reports that a robot dolphin like this one costs more than $26 million which may send investors beat to the drawing board to use their melons about whether blow holding that much money to endorse a lot animatronic alternative puts them in the swim or sink their project.

    環保新聞公司Echo Watch報道,像這樣的機器人海豚成本超過2600萬美元,這可能會讓投資者打到圖紙上,用他們的瓜子是否吹捧,很多錢認可很多動畫替代把他們在游泳或沉沒他們的項目。

  • It's something they can't be flippant about.

    這是他們不能輕舉妄動的事情。

  • Dolphin puns.

    海豚雙關語。

  • There's an ocean of possibilities.

    有一個可能性的海洋。

  • Ah, garlic juice for CNN.

    啊,CNN的大蒜汁。

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  • Some of you are watching from Clinton, Maryland.

    你們有些人在馬里蘭州的克林頓觀看。

  • I'm talking about the Hornets of Surrattsville High School.

    我說的是蘇拉茨維爾高中的大黃蜂隊。

  • Thank you for checking out our show.

    謝謝你來觀看我們的節目。

  • They did the Onley thing you can do to get a shout out on CNN.

    他們做了Onley的事情,你可以在CNN上大肆宣傳。

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three Quick and indisputable facts start today's show.

三快不爭的事實開始今天的節目。

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