Army leads logistics for delivery of COVID-19 vaccines

Troops will also be immunized against COVID-19.

Largas filas de vehículos para poder realizarse la prueba de Covid-19.
photo VD: Milagro Orellana
By Maria T. Morales

Experts in medical logistics from the United States Army Medical Supplies agency will be responsible for receiving, administer and distribute COVID-19 vaccines, reported the Department of Defense.

Experts work with other agencies under Operation Warp Speed, and have begun collecting vaccine orders and shipping them to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for its acronym in English.

Las empresas están exigiendo a sus trabajadores realizarse la prueba de Covid-19 cada ocho días. photo VD: Milagro Orellana.

Operation Warp Speed ​​was created to handle the logistics related to the distribution of the vaccine and other necessary drugs in the fight against the pandemic..

Liz Andrew, deputy director of said agency said that they will not only track the movements of the vaccine, sino también su temperatura durante el envío para garantizar que llegue segura y lista para su uso.

The United States prepares to receive the vaccine against Covid-19.
photo VD: Milagro Orellana.

The report highlights that the group of experts direct the distribution service of other vaccines such as Anthrax and Smallpox.