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Dolly Parton receives shot of COVID vaccine she helped fund
Dolly Parton has written hundreds of songs over her decades-long career and it turns out her tune "Jolene" is the just right one for getting her COVID-19 vaccine. "I even changed one of my songs to fit the occasion. It goes, 'Vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, vaccine, I'm begging of you please don't hesitate,'" the actor, singer and humanitarian sang in a social media post on Tuesday, just before receiving her shot.
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Johnson & Johnson begins rolling out nearly 4 million coronavirus vaccine doses
The U.S. now has a third vaccine to fight the coronavirus. Johnson & Johnson began shipping out nearly 4 million doses of its single-dose vaccine after it received emergency use approval from the FDA. Dr. Paul Jarris, a chief medical advisor for MITRE Corporation and the former health commissioner of Vermont, joins CBSN to discuss the latest.
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Johnson & Johnson rolls out one-dose coronavirus vaccine
Johnson and Johnson's coronavirus vaccine is being shipped across the U.S., adding a third vaccine to the country's arsenal. Errol Barnett reports.
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Meet Diana Trujillo, a trailblazing flight director for NASA's Mars Perseverance rover
NASA aerospace engineer Diana Trujillo came to the U.S. with only $300 and worked housekeeping jobs to pay for school. Now, she's a flight director for the Mars Perseverance rover.
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Concerns about coronavirus transmission between humans and animals
Experts are concerned about the coronavirus spreading from humans to animals, and the implications of infected animals spreading the virus unchecked. Author and journalist David Quammen joins CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers to discuss why the U.S. wasn't more prepared for a pandemic to emerge and how the virus can spread between species.
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Johnson & Johnson CEO on one-shot COVID-19 vaccine authorization
Johnson and Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss FDA emergency use authorization of his company's one-shot coronavirus vaccine, a first.
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Officials shift resources away from COVID-19 testing to vaccinations
As COVID-19 vaccinations rise across the country, testing appears to be declining as variants spread. "CBS This Morning" lead national correspondent David Begnaud spoke to a hair stylist who depends on regular testing to keep her job. She says her usual testing site closed down.
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