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Coronavirus / US / Vaccine #1280179

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 17, 2021
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Zohreen Shah) The promise from President-elect Joe Biden to increase the number of coronavirus vaccinations featured; details given of the aim of 100 millions doses in 100 days; scenes shown of cars in line at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles & other cities. [On CNN, White House chief of staff Ron KLAIN@- says we inherit a huge mess.] [On CBS, CDC dir. nominee Dr. Rochlle WALENSKY@- says we have enough vaccine.] [CORE CEO Ann LEE@, Florida MAN, Texas WOMAN, Alabama MAN - comment.] The trauma of turning away people waiting for vaccines as deaths rise noted.

Llamas, Tom;
Shah, Zohreen

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