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Jake Wood on using military veterans to help with vaccine rollout

February 4, 2021 | 7:34 PM GMT
Jake Wood, the co-founder & CEO of Team Rubicon discussed the launch of The Veterans Coalition for Vaccination, announced today which enlists military veterans to enlist with the vaccine rollout. “It’s really an effort to coalesce as many veterans that live in this country as we can to support state and local governments, healthcare systems and any medical providers that are in need of assistance as we roll out this vaccination nationwide. The one thing that we know is that it is a miracle that we have multiple viable vaccines, but vaccines don’t save lives, vaccinations do.”