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First trucks carrying the COVID-19 vaccine in the US have left the Pfizer facility

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On Sunday morning, the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines were packed into trucks, departing for distribution from Pfizer’s manufacturing facility near Kalamazoo, Michigan. The vaccines, shipped by FedEx and UPS, are expected to arrive in all 50 US states on Monday.

The vaccine will be in 145 sites across all states tomorrow, another 425 sites Tuesday and 66 final sites Wednesday. Planes and airports are on standby and will carry the vaccines to distribution hubs around the US.

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