This program is 30 minutes long
(White House: Mary Bruce) The wartime plan from President Biden for the coronavirus pandemic featured; details given about his use of the Defense Production Act for manufacturing medical supplies, FEMA's establishment of vaccination sites, a mask mandate for federal property, travel restrictions. [BIDEN - says 400,000 Americans have died; signs executive orders.] [At briefing, National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- says the aim is to vaccinate 75-80% of vaccination by the summer so we may get back to normal.] How the Biden team was surprised about the lack of coordination of the vaccine distribution plan discussed.
(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.
(Stamford, Connecticut: Janai Norman) The long haul for coronavirus suffers with long-term symptoms examined; details given about the symptoms; statistics cited. [Long-haulers Gabriel AGUILAR, Mahmoud AJAMIA@, Indiana University Natalie LAMBERT@- talk about symptoms.] The opening of post-COVID care facilities discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The FBI investigation of the siege of the Capitol on January 6 featured; details given about the reward for the man who placed the pipe bombs, the man, Patrick McCaughey%, who crushed police officer Daniel Hodges in a doorway, William Calhoun@, who kicked down Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's door; scenes shown from the attack. How FBI dir. Christopher Wray will stay on the job discussed.
(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rachel Scott) The proposal from Senator Mitch McConnell for the impeachment trial to start in mid-February discussed.