Federal Government outlines new plans for COVID-19 vaccines

Video Credit: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
Published on September 16, 2020 - Duration: 00:36s

Federal Government outlines new plans for COVID-19 vaccines

The federal government is outlining a sweeping plan to make COVID-19 vaccines available for free to all Americans.

In a new report to Congress today vaccines would go out within 24 hours of one being approved.

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Federal Government outlines new plans for COVID-19 vaccines

MAKE COVID- 19 VACCINESAVAILABLE FOR FREE TO ALLAMERICANS.IN A NEW REPORT TO CONGRESSTODAY- - VACCINES WOULD GO OUTWITHIN -24- HOURS OF ONE BEINGAPPROVED.FEDERAL HEALTH AGENCIES AND THEDEFENSE DEPARTMENT ARE PLANNINGON A VACCINATION CAMPAIGN TOBEGIN GRAUDALLY IN JANUARY --OR EVEN LATE THIS YEAR --EVENTUALLY RAMPING UP TO REACHANY AMERICAN WHO WANTS A SHOT.THE PENTAGON WOULD BE INVOLVEDWITH THE DISTRIBUTION OFVACCINES -- BUT CIVILIAN HEALTHWORKERS WOULD BE THE ONESGIVING SHOTS.THE DIRECTOR OF THE C-D-C SAYSTHE AGENCY WILL WORK WITH STATEHEALTH OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE THEVACCINATION PLAN IN COMINGDAYS.THE BIG TEN CONFERENCE HAS

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