States across the country have been struggling to distribute the COVID-19 vaccines quickly. But seven weeks into their rollout, West Virginia has found a way to vaccinate more of its population than almost any other state, including delivering both doses of a vaccine to all nursing home residents and most health care workers. Amna Nawaz reports.
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