Push for better vaccine access as world cautiously looks ahead

A Turkish municipality worker disinfects a classroom before students return to school in the Cankaya district of Ankara

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- Hi, Hudson. How are you?

HUDSON YOUNG: I'm good.

- Good to see you.

HUDSON YOUNG: Good to see you.

- How is everything going?

HUDSON YOUNG: Everything's going great.

- I want to take a look at your incisions, see how everything is healing. This is healing really beautifully. Nice contour. Let me know in the meantime if you need anything. You know I'm always here for you. And--

HUDSON YOUNG: It's something new when you have to stare at your face for a couple hours a day. And there's only so much you can do with good lighting and good angles. The first discover that with Zoom when you see yourself. And you're like oh, yikes.

- Close your eyes for me. Good.

ANA CACERES: Because I got to work from home, it just made complete sense to do it, because there is a lot of know-- there are compression garments you have to wear afterwards. There's a lot of care that goes into after.

- Finger? [INAUDIBLE]

CATHERINE HANNAN: I've seen the younger 20-year-olds who in the past have been afraid to take time off from a new employer, maybe they're just out of college. but now they can work from home, and then the moms that have been so hectic with their children. And while their children are home learning, they sometimes have a spouse now that's home as well that could maybe afford them a little bit of time for recovery.