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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 10, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Wilson County, Tennessee: Elie Reeve) The view of Global Vision Bible Church's Greg Locke@, a pastor in rural Wilson County, Tennessee, of a coronavirus vaccine featured; scenes shown of his outdoor church services. [LOCKE - says the government cannot tell him to sick a needle in his arm, that the "pandemic is not real".] [Church service attendee Lisa BORCHERS@, WOMAN; James E. Ward Agriculture Center dir. Quintin SMITH@, Wilson County Fair Grounds Fiddlers Grove coordinator Gwen SCOTT@- comment on a vaccine.] [Vanderbilt University Medical Center Dr. William SCHAFFNER@- explains the reasons for skepticism: you have to respect where people are coming from; notes the political overtones towards vaccine.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "My Lifelong Fight Against Disease" author William Haseltine about the vaccine. [HASELTINE - offers views on the hopes for a vaccine: to stamp out the virus, but there are variables, on how long herd immunity will take to tamp down the disease, on the issues of resistance to the vaccine & whether the vaccine will work in children.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Reeve, Elie
Duration:
00:09:00

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