How to convince minorities to get COVID-19 vaccine?

Community leaders are reaching out with a strong message to encourage vaccination

It’s a daunting challenge for medical professionals and Black and brown community leaders: getting Black and brown New Jerseyans to accept vaccines to prevent contracting COVID-19. Those communities are among the hardest-hit by the coronavirus, yet surveys show they have the highest percentages opposed to taking the vaccines, largely because of abusive experimentation over centuries in America.

Senior Correspondent Brenda Flanagan reports on how leaders are trying to break through the legacy of distrust.