Markets are falling in intraday trading on Monday to kick-off 2021.
The sell-off comes as frustration mounted around the coronavirus vaccine rollout, which has so far off to a slow start though Dr. Anthony Fauci does believe that the U.S. could ramp up the vaccinations.
U.S. deaths from the coronavirus rose to more than 351,500, according to Johns Hopkins University, and infections in the country jumped to about 20.64 million. Globally, more than 85 million people have contracted the virus.
However, coronavirus cases are still on the rise.
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