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Coronavirus / US / Vaccines / Rural Areas #1276759

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 27, 2020
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(Studio: Adriana Diaz) The vaccination schedule for the European Union noted. Report introduced.

(Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin: Manuel Bojorquez) The problems in getting the vaccine to American rural areas featured; scenes shown from Ft. Atkinson, Wisconsin, which does not have Pfizer vaccine storage freezers; statistics on coronavirus deaths 8 vaccine hesitancy in rural areas cited. [Southern Wisconsin Immunization Consortium Ann LEWANDOWSKI%- comments on shipment to these communities.] [Fort Health Care Hospital medical dir. Dr. James MARTIN - says epidemics tend to linger longer in rural areas.]

Reporter(s):
Diaz, Adriana;
Bojorquez, Manuel
Duration:
00:02:00

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