CBC News: The National | Canada’s performance in COVID-19 vaccination race | Jan. 4, 2021

CBC News: The National | Canada’s performance in COVID-19 vaccination race | Jan. 4, 2021

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How Canada is performing in the COVID-19 vaccination race. We look at how vaccines are being rolled out, from the doses to the logistics and what the rest of the world can teach Canada. Some Alberta politicians pay the price for holiday travel. Plus, the runoff Senate race in Georgia and if the latest Trump recordings will have an impact.

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00:00 The National for Jan. 4, 2021
00:49 Canada's COVID-19 vaccine rollout
01:23 Provinces vow to pick up the pace on vaccinations
04:15 Delaying the second COVID-19 vaccine dose
06:30 Senator Don Plett under fire for Mexico vacation
06:58 Kenney demotes 6 MLAs after holiday travel
09:25 Politicians step down after holiday trips
09:50 Cases of COVID-19 variant linked to travel
10:24 COVID-19 outbreaks at Toronto workplaces
12:39 Millions of students back to online learning
14:48 Quebec gives Habs approval to play
15:09 Canada advances to gold medal game at world juniors
15:32 Trump’s phone call to ‘find’ votes in Georgia
19:25 England reinstates nationwide COVID-19 lockdown
21:17 Concern about new variant found in South Africa
21:49 Global COVID-19 vaccines strategies
26:38 Confronting COVID: Your Questions
34:05 A high-stakes week in U.S. politics
34:55 What's at stake in the Georgia run-off elections
40:08 COVID-19 Lives Remembered: Fred Ko
42:57 The Moment: Son vaccinates mom

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