Cook County Health Department explains how and when you can get the COVID vaccine

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Francisca Alves Xavier, 102, who has already been infected with the new Coronavirus, gets a shot of China’s Sinovac CoronaVac vaccine during a priority vaccination program for the elderly at Bezerra de Menezes Asylum in Brasilia, Brazil, Friday, Jan. 22, 2021. Xavier said she feels free now because she will be able to hug her friends and see his family again. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

Cook County Health Department Senior Medical Officer and Co-Lead Dr. Kiran Joshi joins John Williams to explain how you can determine whether or not you can get the vaccine soon. Plus, Dr. Joshi shares how you can register to get one.

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