'We're going to have to vaccinate 5,000 a day just in Detroit' for COVID-19, mayor says

DETROIT — Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine and making sure every resident gets it will be more difficult than virus testing.“We’re looking now at the reality that when we were testing 1,200 people a day, that was a major undertaking,” Duggan told Margaret Brennon on Sunday on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”“To get the vaccinations out we’re going to have to vaccinate 5,000 a day just in Detroit,” Duggan said. “We haven’t begun as a country to address what it’s going to take to actually inject people with the vaccine.”Pending regulatory approval, Michigan is slated to rec...


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