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Dr. Anthony Fauci answers LIers' questions about COVID-19 vaccines

Long Islanders submitted more than 2,000 questions to Dr. Anthony Fauci. He couldn't answer all of them, but he did answer a number about coronavirus vaccines and what we should expect.  Credit: Newsday studio

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