Recruitment of minority volunteers for COVID-19 vaccine trials overshadowed by history

Pastor who is taking part in one New Jersey clinical trial is confident in how it is being conducted

Underserved communities have been among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak. And while there are four coronavirus vaccines in their final stage of trials in the U.S., doctors say getting a diverse pool of volunteers to participate hasn’t been easy. It’s critical to perfecting a vaccine. Correspondent Michael Hill reports.