Authorities in parts of Russia are now mandating vaccination, in the face of high COVID-19 infections and record deaths. Just 25 percent of adults are fully inoculated in the country. With four domestic vaccines available, Russians are not facing any shortages, but the government is struggling with widespread skepticism. Special correspondent Julia Chapman reports.
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