As U.S. donates 20 million more vaccine doses globally, some countries turn to Russia, China

Despite the U.S. announcing it will share 20 million more doses of COVID-19 vaccines with the world in the coming weeks, global disparities in distribution have grown more evident. As Holly Williams reports, China and Russia are already filling the vacuum distributing their vaccines – which come with serious efficacy concerns – to low-income and developing countries.

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Inside the reunification efforts for migrant teens, as thousands wait their turn

Some migrant teenage boys were reunited with their families or sponsors following a recent flight to Newark, New Jersey. CBS News immigration reporter Camilo Montoya-Galvez was on that flight and he joined CBSN with the story, plus a look at what’s ahead for the thousands of other children waiting their turn.

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Boris Johnson says UK must turn ‘jabs into jobs’ after pandemic

A promise to "level up" and redistribute spending after the inequalities exposed by the pandemic might sound like an excerpt from a Labour manifesto.

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But it was at the heart of 30 planned new laws in today’s Queen’s Speech, as the Conservatives looked to entrench an apparent shift in political allegiances.

Covid restrictions meant the Queen’s first major public appearance since Prince Philip’s funeral was sparsely attended and bereft of much of the usual pomp.

The government’s programme includes: a lifetime skills guarantee offering education to help adults improve their skills, an attempt to make it less attractive for illegal asylum seekers to come to the United Kingdom, reform of the planning process to make building homes easier, and making public transport outside London more connected across the bus and train network.

But there were no details on social care reform, 22 months after the Prime Minister said he had a plan ready to go. We report now on that and other omissions.

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Some countries turn to China for COVID-19 vaccines

Some developing countries turn to China for its COVID-19 vaccines as India’s infection crisis stifles its ability to deliver on supply deals, Bloomberg reports.

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Right-wing influencers turn to live streaming platform Twitch to reach their supporters

Many far-right influencers are turning to Twitch, a live streaming video site, to share falsehoods about the 2020 election and COVID-19. According to The New York Times, Twitch has allowed some influencers to rake in thousands of dollars. One streamer made at least $26,000 in subscriptions alone. Kellen Browning, a reporter who covers tech and the video game industry for the Times, joined CBSN’s Lana Zak to discuss.

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