Inside Edition
Inside Edition 13 Jan 2021

80-Year-Old Woman Denied Vaccine After Waiting an Hour


A California woman in her 80s claims she waited two hours at Disneyland, which has now been turned into a mass vaccination site, but was turned away for not having an appointment. Lines started forming around the amusement park at 5 a.m. opening day, and officials have asked that everyone planning to be vaccinated to make an appointment. Inside Edition's Ann Mercogliano tried her own luck at dialing New York State's vaccination hotline to no avail.

A 101-year-old woman became the first German to receive a vaccine against the coronavirus on Saturday, a day ahead of the official start of the country's vaccination campaign, local broadcaster MDR reported.
A 78-year-old woman became the first person vaccinated against Covid-19 in France when she received the country's first dose at René-Muret Hospital in Sevran, Seine-Saint-Denis, outside Paris, according to an AFP journalist on site.
Melanie, a 16-year-old taking part in the Pfizer vaccine trials, joins Katy Tur to discuss her journey in this historic study. Aired on 12/2/2020.
An Illinois grandmother has given birth to her own granddaughter after offering to be her daughter's surrogate. Julie Loving, 51, delivered a baby girl named Briar in an Illinois hospital on Nov. 2, as her daughter Breanna Lockwood, stood by her side. Breanna Lockwood and her husband, Aaron, are the baby girl's biological parents. After trying to conceive on her own through IVF for nearly two years and suffering miscarriages, Breanna, 29, and Aaron began to consider surrogacy.

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