Mike Pence gets vaccine as deaths top 3,000 for third day

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    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence received his COVID-19 vaccine live on television, seeking to shore up public support for vaccinations after U.S. deaths from the coronavirus topped 3,000 for a third straight day.

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