U.S., Canada Begin COVID-19 Vaccinations; Media Outlets Report On Other Vaccine-Related News From Australia, Brazil

The Guardian: Australia’s initial vaccine rollout unlikely to stop Covid transmission, study finds (Davey, 12/14).

The Hill: U.S. begins COVID-19 vaccinations in moment of hope (Hellmann, 12/14).

The Hill: Health official warns Brazil may not get mass vaccinations until March (Coleman, 12/14).

New York Times: ‘Playing With Lives’: Brazil’s Covid Vaccine Plan Is Mired in Chaos (Londoño et al., 12/14).

NPR: Canada Administers Its 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Shots (Jacobs, 12/14).

POLITICO: Covid vaccinations begin in the United States as deaths surpass 300,000 (Niedzwiadek, 12/14).

STAT: CDC says people with history of severe allergic reactions can get Covid-19 vaccine (Ross, 12/13).

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