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Coronavirus / US / Vaccine / The Variants #1281027

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 21, 2021
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(New York vaccination center: Whit Johnson) The issue of new variants in the coronavirus & what it means for vaccination featured; details given about vaccine shortages. [Cedars-Sinai Genomics CORE Jasmine PLUMMER@- talks about the vaccine.] [Duke University Human Vaccine Inst. Dr. David MONTEFIORE@- outlines the worst-case scenario.] [New York City Mayor Bill de BLASIO, Lenox Hill Hospital medical dir. Dr. Daniel BAKER@, Arizona house of representatives Charlene FEERNANDEZ@- say we need more vaccine.] [Lost both parents to coronavirus, Brianna TREJO@- says we ran out of time.] The CDC review of the two-shot strategy discussed.

Muir, David;
Johnson, Whit

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