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Coronavirus / US / Moderna Vaccine #1276606

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Brooklyn, New York: Eva Pilgrim) The rollout in the US of the Moderna Vaccine featured; details given about CDC recommendations for the next group to receive the vaccine, on the advantages of the Moderna vaccine for rural areas, California's need for help; scenes shown of people being vaccinated. [President-elect Joe BIDEN - says he is getting vaccinated to show there is nothing to worry about.] [HHS Secretary Henry AZAR - says the vaccine will save lives.] [New York nurse Arlene RAMIREZ@, Dr. Joseph VARON - say this vaccine is hope.] [Los Angeles County public health dir. Dr. Barbara FERRER@- predicts a surge on a surge on a surge.]

Muir, David;
Pilgrim, Eva

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