FEMA committing additional $4.1 million for vaccination costs in SC

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The Federal Emergency Management Agency is committing an additional $4.1 million to South Carolina for coronavirus vaccination costs. On Monday, the agency announced it would allot $2.6 million to the Palmetto State.

The money would go toward storage equipment for the vaccine, PPE and leasing facilities to distribute the vaccine.

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