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Coronavirus / US / Vaccines / Hobson City, Alabama #1272703

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 04, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Hobson City, Alabama: Jason Carroll) The background to people's distrust of a coronavirus vaccine examined; scenes shown from mostly black Hobson City, Alabama, where the distrust of the medical community runs deep. [Mayor Alberta Cooley McCRORY@, Joe CUNNINGHAM, his daughter Anita JACKSON@, COVID survivor Carmen BAILEY@, University Hospitals Cleveland chief diversity officer Dr. Margaret LARKINS-PETTIGREW@, University of Pittsburgh school of medicine dean Chenitis PETTIGREW@- offer views on why they are reluctant about coronavirus tests or vaccines.] Study on the distrust of vaccines in the black & Latino communities cited. [McCRORY - explains what changed her mind.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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