The Pentagon and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) opened COVID-19 vaccination sites in Texas and New York on Wednesday, with more slated for Florida and Pennsylvania in the coming days.
Three vaccination centers were opened in Texas this week, with two similar sites in New York.
A senior military official told reporters that four sites are to be set up in Florida, and one in Philadelphia, according to multiple outlets.
The new sites, which come on the heels of the first one in Los Angeles that has been up and running since last week, bring a total of 700 troops to U.S. cities to help vaccinate civilians at FEMA-run clinics.
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