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Long Islanders experience trouble scheduling vaccine appointments

Nassau officials say there is a countywide shortage of the COVID-19 vaccine because the supply chain from the federal government on down is nowhere near the quantities needed. Steve Langford has the story, as Long Islanders attempt to set up their vaccine appointments. Credit: Howard Schnapp

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