A COVID-19 vaccine may be ready for distribution as soon as this month in the U.S.for some of those who are most in need of protection against the virus. But how will a rollout look in the coming months, including for some hard-to-reach populations? Dr. Carlos Del Rio, a professor of global health at Emory University School of Medicine, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.
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