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California Promises a Million Immunizations in Ten Days

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California announced plans last week to administer the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine to a million people in the course of only ten days.  The decision came as the state continues to see a surge in cases, and as it faces criticism over a slow vaccine rollout for health care workers and nursing home residents. We’ll get the details on the vaccination push.


Dr. Grace Lee, professor of pediatrics and infectious diseases at Stanford University

Barbara Feder Ostrov, contributing writer, CalMatters


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