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ABC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 31, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(CDC, Atlanta: Elwyn Lopez) The calls for states to pick up the pace of the vaccine rollout since numbers of vaccinations is far below predictions featured; scenes shown of long car lines in Tennessee; statistics cited; details given about cases in West Virginia & Wisconsin, where a pharmacist was arrested for removing vaccine doses. [WOMAN, UCSF Dr. Robert WACHTER@, seeking vaccine appointment, Gladys JAAR@, National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@, Ohio Governor Mike DeWINE@, Georgia dept. of public health commissioner Dr. Kathleen TOONEY@, Aurora Health Care Medical Group president Jeff BAHR@- offer views on aspects of the vaccines & vaccinations.] The Wisconsin case of spoiled vaccine doses discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Lopez, Elwyn

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