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Coronavirus / US / Hospitals, Vaccines #1278850

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 05, 2021
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(Studio: David Muir) The coronavirus death & hospitalization statistics cited. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Matt Gutman) The crisis in the California health care system due to the coronavirus with the vaccine crisis sputtering featured; scenes shown from hospitals, people in line in Florida for vaccination appointments; vaccine statistics cited. [L.A. fire dept. medical dir. Mark ECKSTEIN@- speaks about the triage system: the nightmare of crisis medicine.] [In line, David MOORE@- expresses frustration.] [Friend of the late Dr. Neera Bhutani, Dr. Stephanie POCSIK@; diagnosed with COVID, Check STACEY@- react to the situation] The proposal to split the Moderna vaccine that is rejected buy the FDA noted.

Muir, David;
Gutman, Matt

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