How one Texas county is approaching the challenge of vaccinating the hesitant
PBS, 01 May 2021
More than 575,000 Americans lost their lives to COVID-19. Although more than half of all U.S. adults have received at least one dose of a vaccine, there are still challenges to getting people to take the shot, especially in Texas. William Brangham explores the complexities behind the decrease in demand with a Galveston County local health authority, Dr. Philip Keiser.
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