Neither of the models presented Wednesday by state leaders show the way the peak could vary in different communities. Black and Hispanic neighborhoods have experienced the worst health and financial losses during the pandemic. Now, a new survey finds those residents are also far less likely to get a Food and Drug Administration-approved vaccine. What will that mean for recovery going forward? Correspondent Michael Hill has the story.
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