Infectious disease expert explains the importance of vaccination rates in future travel plans

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(WTNH) — In health headlines today, the NIH health director says state’s with low vaccination rates are “sitting ducks”.

For the first time in almost a year, Connecticut reports 0 deaths from COVID-19.

Infectious diseases associate professor at Yale School of Medicine Dr. Jamie Meyer speaks to News 8 on the importance of vaccination rates on places people would like to visit.

See the full interview in the video above.

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