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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 04, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The idea of immunizing Americans with half-doses of the coronavirus vaccine due to problems with vaccine distribution introduced; FDA position outlined on screen. [On CNN, Operation Warp Speed adviser Dr. Moncef SLAOUI@- says nothing has gone wrong; then admits saying 20 million vaccinations.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with immunologist Rick Bright of President-elect Joe Biden COVID advisory board. [BRIGHT - offers views on the trials of a two-dose vaccine: the science guides us, on what is wrong in distribution with us behind objectives of getting the vaccine out: the lack of a federal program & developing the educational process so we have vaccine hesitancy, on how there has been overpromiseing & underdelivering leading to chaos, on what the Biden administration can do in the effort.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:06:10

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