FedEx, UPS announce first deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine in US

FedEx, UPS announce first deliveries of COVID-19 vaccine in US
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[Ed. – No mention of the U.S. Post Service. Why do you suppose that is?]

FedEx and UPS touted their first deliveries of Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine Monday morning following its final approval over the weekend.

“We are one of the few companies with the global network and capabilities to keep critical supply chains moving during this unprecedented time,” FedEx Express President and CEO Don Colleran said in a statement. “Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, FedEx has delivered more than 55 kilotons of personal protective equipment, including more than two billion face masks, and more than 9,600 humanitarian aid shipments around the globe.”

FedEx and UPS touted their first deliveries of Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine Monday morning following its final approval over the weekend.

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“We are one of the few companies with the global network and capabilities to keep critical supply chains moving during this unprecedented time,” FedEx Express President and CEO Don Colleran said in a statement.

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