The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Tuesday opened its first two high-capacity COVID-19 vaccination sites in California as part of the administration's effort to launch 100 vaccination sites across the US in 100 days, according to CNN. The two sites, which can both vaccinate as many as 6,000 people per day, are at California State University at Los Angeles and Oakland-Alameda Coliseum.
FEMA begins opening high-capacity vaccination sites
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