States pull out all the stops in push to increase vaccinations

With the pace of vaccination in the U.S. slowing, the Biden administration’s goal of getting 70 percent of adults inoculated with at least one shot by July 4 is looking harder. Given that, a month-long campaign has begun with incentives from state governments, sports leagues, and businesses meant to get people to roll up their sleeves. William Brangham reports.

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