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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 29, 2020
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) A Keeping Them Honest look at "Here We Go Again" with President Trump saying it is up to the states, not the federal government, to distribute the vaccines introduced; scenes shown of Trump golfing. [Dec. 15, Operation Warp Speed adviser Dr. Moncef SLAOUI@- says we will immunize 20 million.] [Dec. 15, Operation Warp Speed COO Gen. Gustave PERNA@- says distribution will be in January.] [President-elect Joe BIDEN - says it will take months to vaccinate: we need to be more aggressive.] Tweets from Brown University school of public health Dr. Ashish Jha about no federal plans for vaccinations quoted. [Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Michael MINA@- says the infrastructure was needed earlier.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius & Biden COVID task force Dr. Celine Gounder abbot the vaccine rollout. [GOUNDER - offers views on finding there is no plan while the states need guidance, on the need for funding for localities to do vaccinations, on the new COVID variant with the first case in Colorado: we need to invest in public health.] [SEBELIUS - offers views on the development of successful vaccines, but it is a relay race with the Trump team not running since the election: we do not have the infrastructure in states like Kansas.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim
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00:11:20

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