The Washington Post reports:
Companies across America — from Amazon and Uber to railroads and meatpacking plants — are lobbying states and the federal government to prioritize their workers for early immunization against the coronavirus amid limited supplies of the vaccine.
After front-line health-care workers and elderly people in nursing homes and assisted-living centers are immunized, the government within two months or so is expected to begin shipping vaccine to communities across America for those it has designated as essential workers.
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🚨NEW: Private sector jockeying for covid vaccine access has begun.
**Major U.S. companies are lobbying in a scrum for early vaccine**
— Jacob Bogage (@jacobbogage) December 20, 2020