Fresh Air For Dec. 17, 2020: The COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Hear the Fresh Air program for December 17, 2020

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A health care worker prepares COVID-19 vaccine doses at the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Wednesday in Portland, Ore. Hospitals across the U.S. began getting their first doses of Pfizer's vaccine this week. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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Without Resources, Vaccine Rollout Could 'Fall At The Last Hurdle,' Journalist Warns

Atlantic writer Ed Yong says the COVID-19 vaccination program will be the most complicated the U.S. has ever attempted: "It's going to be a slow process, and there are a lot of possible roadblocks."

A health care worker prepares COVID-19 vaccine doses at the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center on Wednesday in Portland, Ore. Hospitals across the U.S. began getting their first doses of Pfizer's vaccine this week. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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Without Resources, Vaccine Rollout Could 'Fall At The Last Hurdle,' Journalist Warns

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