Woman whose brother died from COVID-19 waits 19 hours for vaccine in his honor

Shirley Green of Florida, camped out in her van overnight to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as a tribute to her brother who passed away from the virus last year.
0:54 | 01/19/21

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I took three packages of my cracker with the peanut butter in the cleanup. You it. Would've been my brother's birthday. Any item gulf would in October. And to eat it was my own. I don't know Tribune as the right word terror bomber. 2 AM. To try and make myself. To keep myself safe. From all of this ugly nose that's going on.

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