Transcript for Millions are bracing for a double weather whammy
back. Alex, good to have you again. We begin with those soaring coronavirus numbers and the efforts to ramp-up vaccinations, just over 2 million doses have been administered and officials are behind. The trump administration originally predicted 20 million doses administered by the end of the year. A fifth vaccine now launching phase three trials in Mexico and U.S. Meanwhile, hospitals across los Angeles county are overflowing. No room for new patients. Vice president elect kamala Harris and her husband getting their first doses of the vaccine today. Now to Washington, overnight historic override the house voting overwhelming to vote over the defense authorization act. Now, the senate is expected to hold its own veto vote later this week. And the question on capitol hill today, is more financial help on the way? The house approving stimulus check increases to $2,000. President trump has said that he wanted to bump that payout up, but it faces an uphill battle in the senate. And millions are bracing for a double whammy weather. Two storms bring snow, freezing rains, damaging winds, even tornadoes across the country through new year's eve and new year's day, power outages are possible. And the white police officer who fired the fatal shots at Andre hill in Columbus, Ohio, now terminated for unreasonable use of force, for not turning on his body cam N not offering medical help to hill. The Columbus police chief says officer Adam coy now has to answer to state officials, federal charges are a possibility. And the passing of a fashion great. French designer Pierre cardin, a household name for many overseas and here at home, in the '60s and '70s with his futuristic take. Mr. Cardin will be remembered for making some savvy business moves. What a legend there. I remember those clothes being in the house as a kid growing up. I thought the coolest thing ever. My parents were cool, weren't they? A whole lot more ahead right here on "Gma3." We're heading to the Illinois front lines where officials say covid-19 numbers are now trending in the direction. Also, thstudents behind a sweet new candy
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