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Michigan COVID vaccine programs receive money from CDC

(Photo supplied/Berrien County Health Department)

The Centers for Disease control and Prevention has awarded Michigan more than $90 million to support local efforts to increase vaccine doses through expanding the state’s programs.

The CDC made the announcement Tuesday as part of a $3 billion funding initiative being split among 64 parts of the country at the community-level.

For information on where funds will be distributed, click here.

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