The CDC has said it will distribute more than $3.1 billion in total funding to 64 states, major cities and territories to help them prepare for mass vaccination programs scheduled to start this month. The grants, which were approved under the American Rescue Plan, will be based on population and will range from $1.1 million for the Northern Marianas Islands and American Samoa to $357 million for California.
CDC to distribute $3.1B to fund mass vaccination campaign
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