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WATCH: Duluth media outlets team up to answer your COVID-19 vaccine questions

The joint effort airs tonight in a WDSE-WRPT special hosted by Dennis Anderson.

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Duluth media outlets will feature stories with health experts on Wednesday, Feb. 24, in a day-long effort called “COVID-19 Vaccines: Finding Answers.”

The News Tribune, CBS 3, KBJR 6, WDIO, KQDS Fox 21 and WDSE-WRPT team up Wednesday night to answer your COVID-19 vaccine questions.

Is it safe to get vaccinated? What are the differences between the available vaccinations? Where can I get vaccinated? Who can get vaccinated?

WDSE-WRPT will air an hourlong special called “COVID-19 Vaccines: Finding Answers” at 7 p.m., hosted by Dennis Anderson, featuring live interviews with Northland health experts and stories produced by each media outlet. The special will be available on WDSE-WRPT’s PBS North channel or you can watch a livestream feed here.

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