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Wednesday September 22nd, 2021 11:21PM

LISTEN: Dr. Dean Fanelli on vaccine rollout

By Mornings on Maine Street

Dr. Dean Fanelli, a regular commentator of Mornings on Maine Street, joined Bill to talk about the issues with the vaccine rollout. He touched on why it seems to be behind where politicians said it would be and what can be done to advance the process.

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