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How Covid vaccine mandates could impact cases nationwide

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State and federal Covid-19 vaccine mandates are dividing the country as the deadline for New York City first responders to get vaccinated looms, leaving many facing unpaid leave if they don’t get the shot. NBC News medical contributor Dr. Kavita Patel breaks down how the backlash against vaccine mandates could impact cases numbers across the country.