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GOP senators say their party’s vaccine hesitancy will go away

Republican senators are downplaying their party’s COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy problem. Almost half of Republican men and a third of Republican women say they won’t get vaccinated from COVID-19, according to recent polling from NPR/PBS NewsHour and Marist.

See the video as reporter Ariel Cohen breaks down Republican lawmakers’ responses to vaccine hesitancy within their party.

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