March 5, 2021
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COVID-19 vaccines start Monday in the US. Where you stand in line and how long you could wait – CNET

Coronavirus vaccines are just around the corner, but most people probably won’t be able to get them until well into 2021.
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Health care workers and nursing home residents in New York are now among the first in the US to begin receiving the coronavirus vaccine after the Food and Drug Administration authorized the first vaccine for COVID-19 for emergency use on Friday. The vaccine, a formula…

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