More than 100 million people in the United States have gotten their first dose of a COVID vaccine. But as case numbers rise again and variants spread rapidly, some states are struggling to vaccinate their populations. On Thursday, April 8 at 1:30pm ET, William Brangham talks with local public media reporters in Georgia, Missouri and Tennessee about how vaccine hesitancy, political messaging, healthcare access and other factors are creating challenges for vaccine rollouts in their regions. Join our livestream and share your experiences getting the vaccine and our team will answer your questions about the rollout.
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