Moderna begins distributing second COVID-19 vaccine – US Military Basic's

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(Reuters) – Moderna (NASDAQ 🙂 Inc and partners have begun distributing their COVID-19 vaccine with trucks, which are expected to be rolled out in more than 3,700 US locations on Sunday, US General Gustave Perna said in a press conference on Saturday.

The second COVID-19 vaccine approved by U.S. regulators will be received by healthcare providers as early as Monday, Perna said, adding that the first 20 million doses of vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer Inc (NYSE 🙂 could be pushed back until the first week of January.

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