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  • Chris Hayes: Get your booster shot right now.

    02:52
  • New documentary 'The First Wave' follows NYC Covid frontline doctors

    08:00
  • ‘It should be lifted immediately’: Dr. Aditi Nerukar on travel bans amid Omicron variant

    03:57
  • New York City to require Covid vaccine for all private sector workers

    05:37
  • The Bye Line: Just like the 1980s AIDS crisis, COVID is not "overhyped"

    02:37
  • Dr. Wayne J. Riley calls for 'muscular' messaging in omicron variant response

    07:17
  • CDC Chief on Omicron, Delta killing unvaccinated and why mask rules changed

    07:46
  • Disease expert: 'Omicron will be the new delta'

    05:13
  • Winter of discontent: Biden facing omicron uncertainty and dysfunction in Congress

    02:12
  • Dr. Blackstock: We're penalizing southern African countries with travel ban

    02:42
  • Rep. Ruiz on jobs report, immigration, Omicron variant

    06:18
  • White House: We're not shutting down the economy

    08:53
  • Germany locks down unvaccinated people

    05:51
  • As arsenal for fighting Covid comes together, anti-vaxxers are literally eating dirt

    10:19
  • Several more cases of Omicron variant detected in U.S.

    05:24
  • Congress approves spending bill, avoids shutdown

    05:44
  • Mark Meadows now calling Covid story in own book ‘fake news’

    06:57
  • Fauci ‘astounded’ by Fox silence after host compared him to Nazi doctor

    03:26
  • Chris Hayes: How much pro-life leaders actually care about life

    08:56
  • First doc to treat Omicron in U.S. on vaccines

    05:16

‘Idiot’: Ted Cruz losing Big Bird brawl ‘in these Sesame Streets’

04:25

The partisan vaccine war has gotten so fierce that even Sesame Street’s Big Bird isn’t safe. After the beloved character said he got vaccinated, Ted Cruz attacked Big Bird’s announcement, arguing it’s “government propaganda.” MSNBC’s Ari Melber is joined by Laura Bassett to discuss Cruz’s comments. Melber also raises the question of what COVID and Mr. Snuffleupagus have in common.