Tennessee plans to allocate COVID-19 vaccines for communities of color

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In an effort to address racial inequities in the coronavirus pandemic, Tennessee’s Department of Health is planning to put aside a portion of its COVID-19 vaccines for communities that are poorer and have higher populations of people of color. Gloria Sweet-Love, president of the NAACP Tennessee State Conference, spoke with CBSN’s Anne-Marie Green about the impact the pandemic has had on people of color and what needs to be done to help.

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