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Active-duty military begins giving vaccines in New York area

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U.S. Navy Lt. Courtney Corcoran prepares vaccine syringes at a community vaccination site in Somerset, N.J., Feb. 15, 2021. (FEMA photo) NEW YORK - As the COVID-19 pandemic rages into another year in the United States, the U.S.

military is ramping up efforts to help get as many Americans vaccinated as possible by sending medical teams to vaccine hubs around the country.

Active-duty personnel began administering coronavirus vaccine shots at new hubs in New York City this week, have been staffing sites in New Jersey since earlier this month, and are deploying to centers in other states in the coming weeks.Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with military commanders overseeing the COVID-19 response effort as the military expanded its.

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