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Coronavirus / Vaccine / Delivery / US. Britain, Global #1274687

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 13, 2020
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(Studio: Adriana Diaz) The start of the delivery of the Pfizer vaccine as coronavirus rages in America introduced; statistics cited. Report introduced.

(Louisville, Kentucky: Kris Van Cleave) The massive vaccine delivery by UPS & FedEx featured; scenes shown from the UPS center in Michigan & flown to Louisville, Kentucky. [UPS pilot Houston MILLS - comments on his cargo.] [UPS Health Care President Wes WHEELER@- talks about the transport.] [On "Face the Nation," HHS Secretary Alex AZAR - defends being aggressive with the vaccine.]

(Studio: Adriana Diaz) Report introduced.

(Portage, Michigan: Manuel Bojorquez) The Pfizer vaccine rollout to first cover medical workers featured. [Pfizer global supply president Mike McDERMOTT%- says we shipped 500,000 doses today & the vaccine will arrive safely & be distributed equitably.] [Medical WORKER - comments.]

(Studio: Adriana Diaz; New York: Jon LaPook) How quickly the vaccine can curb the cases & deaths so we need to deal with vaccine hesitancy by explaining solid research led to the vaccine being developed so fast discussed.

(Studio: Adriana Diaz) Report introduced.

(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The vaccination programs in Britain, Asia, Europe & South America examined; scenes shown of elderly people getting the shots led by Briton Margaret Keenan. [Three London COMMUTERS - back the vaccine.]

Diaz, Adriana;
Cleave, Kris Van;
Bojorquez, Manuel;
LaPook, Jon;
Palmer, Elizabeth

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