COVID-19 vaccination in the United States may begin on December 11

This was reported by Moncef Slaoui, who leads government efforts to develop a vaccine.

The Head of the American vaccination program against COVID-19 Moncef Slaoui said that the first Americans might receive the vaccine as early as December 11, CNN reported on Sunday.

“We plan to send the vaccines to the immunization sites within 24 hours of their approval, so I expect that maybe it will happen on the second day after approval, which is December 11-12,” Slaoui told CNN.

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