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Right place, right time: Six lucky people receive Covid vaccine while stuck in snow

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After getting stuck in a snowstorm while transporting the Covid-19 vaccine, Oregon health workers chose to give them to people on the side of the highway rather than wasting the doses. NBC’s Savannah Sellers speaks to one of the quick-thinking workers.