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LIers express mixed feelings on the coronavirus vaccine, expected Dec. 15

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the state expects a vaccine to be available Dec. 15, with nursing home residents and workers to be in the first wave of recipients. Newsday's Steve Langford spoke with Long Islanders and got a mixed reaction. Credit: Newsday / Ed Buccio

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