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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 29, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) The criticism from President-elect Joe Biden of the slow pace of vaccine rollout from President Trump's administration reported; scenes shown of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris getting vaccinated. Report introduced.

(White House; Rachel Scott) The coronavirus vaccine schedule examined; statistics cited; scenes shown from Florida of seniors lined up for shots. [BIDEN - says it could take years to vaccinate all & it will take more time in this operational challenge.] [Dec. 9, HHS Secretary Alex AZAR@- outlines a vaccine dose schedule.] [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@, HHS asst. secretary Adm. Brett GIROIR, Brown University school of public health Dr. Ashish JHA@- offer differing opinions on vaccine numbers.] Biden's prediction of death numbers before the inauguration discussed.

Llamas, Tom

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