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For first time, COVID-19 vaccinations around the U.S. near 1 million doses a day – CBS News

Yet even with the faster pace of inoculations, tens of millions of doses of vaccine sit unused.



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The lagging effort to vaccinate the U.S. population against COVID-19 is finally picking up speed, raising hopes that a growing number of Americans can soon be inoculated.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday¬†reported that more than 951,000 doses of the vaccine had been administered to people around the country. That is by far the fastest daily pace of vaccinations since the rollout started a month ago and a big jump from the previous day, when just under 340,000 doses were…

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