Though COVID vaccine production is ramping up, the U.S. is lagging well behind schedule in distributing and administering available vaccines. Efforts at the state level are being further hampered by slapdash attempts at coordination and a growing resistance to receiving the vaccine among certain populations. What can employers, schools and governments legally do to encourage uptake? In the first COVID Law Briefing of 2021, we will analyze best practices and sound strategies to get vaccine distribution back on track. Guests: Nicolas Terry of Indiana University, Donna Levin from The Network for Public Health Law, Micah Berman of Ohio State University, and Dorit Reiss of UC Hastings.