Dr. Kathleen Toomey stands speaking at a press conference on vaccine distribution as Governor Brian Kemp stands behind her.
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Dr. Kathleen Toomey, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, speaks at a press conference with Gov. Brian Kemp where they said increased federal COVID-19 vaccine rollout is needed to curb the virus.
Credit: Stanley Dunlap, Georgia Recorder

Friday on Political Rewind: As Georgians eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations scramble to get them, Gov. Brian Kemp acknowledged demand is far outstripping supply. Kemp told reporters at a news conference Georgia has already received most of the doses the state was initially set to receive.

The new Biden administration will certainly play a role in vaccine distribution in Georgia and across the nation. Our panel discussed the new administration's plan to fight the coronavirus and whether it may begin turning the corner on the pandemic here and across the country.

Panelists:

Patricia Murphy — Political Reporter and Columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kyle Hayes — Host and Founder, Peachpod: A Georgia Politics Podcast

Rep. Teri Anulewicz — State Representative (D) Smyrna

Brian Robinson — GOP Consultant and President, Robinson Republic