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Everything you need to know about COVID-19 vaccination

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 vaccination

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See vaccination progress by state, learn about side effects, and find out when you might be eligible for a shot.

4 articles that explain COVID-19 vaccination steps

4 articles that explain COVID-19 vaccination steps

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The first Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 are getting their second dose, while Britain has decided to postpone boosters and focus instead on giving more people a first shot — international differences that are adding to public confusion.

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