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Coronavirus / Vaccines Distribution / US / Global #1278730

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 02, 2021
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Broward County, Florida: Sam Brock) The chaos & confusion over the distribution of the coronavirus vaccines with numbers far below expectations featured; scenes shown from Houston, Florida, Tennessee of long lines. [Waiting for vaccine, Walter SAJDAK@, Gayla ALRIDGE@; Florida MAN, Alan SCHWARTZ@- comment on the wait.] [Senator Mitt ROMNEY@- complains.] [Memorial Regional Hospital's Dr. Keisha RAPHAEL@- backs vaccinations.] [Memorial Regional Hospital's Dr. Randy KATZ@- says we have to set an example by getting vaccinated.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(London: Sarah Harman) The vaccine on the global stage featured; scenes shown from Israel & Britain, where the second Pfizer vaccine shot is being delayed while the nation deals with a more infectious strain. [Clalit Health Services, Jerusalem, Dr. Ian MISKIN@- talks about fast vaccinations.] [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- says base it on science.] [Doctor's Assn. UK adviser Dr. Vinesh PATEL@- talks about the dose schedule.] The use of the Oxford vaccine in Britain discussed.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Brock, Sam;
Harman, Sarah

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