Stars and Stripes stripes.com 18 Dec, 2020 17:30 am

Military in Europe to receive coronavirus vaccines soon; Germany stands up vaccination centers

Military in Europe to receive coronavirus vaccines soon; Germany stands up vaccination centers
The U.S. military could begin administering the coronavirus vaccine to health care workers and emergency responders in Europe within days, while German authorities are readying vaccination centers that could be open to military-affiliated Americans in some locations.

MARCUS KLOECKNER/STARS AND STRIPES Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge.Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge.personnel and family members, health officials had a different message Thursday: Americans could be turned away at Kaiserslautern district vaccination centers, despite an earlier statement provided to Stars and Stripes by the state’s health ministry that “members of the U.Americans may use an app or call a phone number to arrange an appointment to receive the vaccine at no cost, the ministry told Stars and Stripes.

Stars and Stripes reporter Jennifer H.Military in Europe to receive coronavirus vaccines soon; Germany stands up vaccination centers A simulation of how it will look when people receive their vaccine shots during a presentation for reporters at the coronavirus vaccination center in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Dec.

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