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CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 28, 2020
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The new statistics on coronavirus deaths & hospitalizations as travellers come & go & on vaccines cited. Live discussion held with CNN's Dr. Leana Wen about all things coronavirus. [WEN - offers views on the variant of the virus that seems to be more transmissible, but the vaccine will work on this new strain, on the progress on more vaccines in the trial phase, on the problems with vaccine distribution.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Report introduced.

(Kirkland, Washington: Sara Sidner) The arrival of the vaccine at the Kirkland, Washington, nursing home which was the first epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak featured; scenes shown from the Life Care Center of Kirkland nursing home; details given about the legal cases against the facility. [Manager Alice CORTEZ@- says this is a new beginning.] [Nursing dir. Chelsea EARNEST@- recalls dealing with deaths at the facility; states we got death threats.] [Life Care Northwest div. vice president Nancy BUTNER@- says we did the bets we could.] [Life Care Center's Christy CARMICHAEL@- says a woman waiting for the vaccine died.] The numbers who died at nursing homes discussed.

Sciutto, Jim;
Sidner, Sara

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