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First Covid-19 vaccinations begin in South Florida


Frontline healthcare workers receive the Covid-19 vaccine at the Memorial Healthcare System Hospital in Miramar, Florida. Hospital officials say they expect to vaccinate 1,100 to 1,200 people per day at the facility, as the United States kicks off a mass vaccination drive, hoping to turn the tide on the world's biggest coronavirus outbreak. IMAGES

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