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Coronavirus / US / Vaccines / Black Communities #1276694

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Bolduan) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Omar Jimenez) How black Americans face roadblocks to receiving the coronavirus vaccine examined; scenes shown from the Austin neighborhood in Chicago where it will be difficult to get to a vaccination site. [Chicagoan Rochelle SYKES@- says the vaccine may not be accessible.] [Loretto Hospital Dr. Afya KHAN@- says we have three pandemics: Violence, racism & coronavirus.] [Chicago dept. of public health commissioner Dr. Allison ARWADY@- says it impacts the entire city.] [Resident Emma WASHINGTON - worries.] The issue of "pharmacy deserts" in half of the black communities noted.

Bolduan, Kate;
Jimenez, Omar

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