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.

Guests:

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

Barbara Feder Ostrov, contributing writer, CalMatters

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