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Local health departments throughout the state are seeing low demand for vaccines, with less than 30 percent of the population vaccinated some areas. Reporters Stephanie Goldberg and A.D. Quig join host Amy Guth to discuss why vaccine hesitancy could threaten Illinois’ quest for herd immunity.
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