Dr. Jason Wilson with Tampa General Hospital again joins ABC Action News anchor James Tully to talk about the recent distribution issues of the Covid-19 vaccine, controversies that have populated social media, and the next steps to getting a majority of the population doses.
After the chaos at the Capitol on Wednesday, it left some people wondering what role social media has in sparking political polarization. Some experts say we can’t look at social media as the only thing to blame.
Delhi-based businessman Rohit Datta spoke on how it felt to be the first Covid-19 patient in the national capital. Recalling his time in hospital, Dutta said he is excited to take the Covid-19 vaccine. “Initially, I was blank and didn't know about the coronavirus. I was in hospital for 14 days following which I was allowed to go home. I have registered all senior citizens in my family for the ongoing vaccination. Since I do not have any comorbidity, I will also be vaccinated later on. I am waiting for my turn to get vaccinated and I am very excited,” he said. The second phase of vaccination drive for age-appropriate population groups began on March 1 with the union health ministry calling out eligible people to get an appointment at respective hospitals in the country.
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Veteran cricketer Kapil Dev received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on March 03 at Fortis Hospital in Delhi. Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan also received first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The 2nd phase of COVID vaccine drive began on March 01 in the country for people aged above 45 years with co-morbidities and people above 60 years.
Colin Cowherd discusses the problem in Tampa Bay for the Buccaneers. Colin feels there is a 'strong possibility Bruce Arians isn't around next year' since he and Tom Brady simply don't fit. Colin feels..
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