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Military health care personnel will be the first in the DOD to receive coronavirus vaccine

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WASHINGTON — Military health care workers and then first responders will be the first to be vaccinated by the Defense Department when the coronavirus vaccines are approved, according to the Navy’s top officer.

“And if there’s anything we’re really good at, it’s mass immunization in the U.S. military,” Adm. Mike Gilday, the chief of naval operations, said Wednesday when asked about the coronavirus vaccination process before the Senate Armed Services Committee’s subpanel on readiness and management support.

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