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Should sports stars get early access to COVID-19 vaccines?

Vaccines for COVID-19 are rolling out across the globe. The first shots have been given to first responders and those who work closest with COVID-19 patients. However, some major sports leagues have debated the idea of purchasing their own doses in order to keep games on schedule. Athletes were able to get massive amounts of tests at the beginning of the pandemic, will the same thing happen with vaccines?

Just Press Play has these segments, plus other exclusive interviews and controversial issues you may have missed during the week on RT America.

This episode’s Just Press Play-list: Jumping ahead of the

Segment 1: Dennis Miller Interviews Olympic record holder Lindsey Vonn(on Dennis Miller + One) @0:56

Segment 2: Scottie Nell Hughes interviews investigative economic professors Richard Wolff and Michael Busler (on News. Views. Hughes.) @4:17

Segment 3: Manila Chan interviews progressive commentator and comedian Jimmy Dore (on In Question) @7:36

Segment 4: Tyrel Ventura and Ameshia Cross interview professor Irving Hexham (on Watching the Hawks) @10:41

Segment 5: Mike Papantonio interviews Farron Cousins (on America’s Lawyer) @13:54

Segment 6: Sara Montes de Oca interviews Professor Victor Matheson (on On Contact) @17:05

Segment 7: Rachel Blevins interviews Sports HQ Producer Regina Ham @20:14

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