This is the latest reason the National Guard was deployed

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Yesterday’s report on December jobs was disappointing…to say the least. While economists had anticipated a meager 50,000 in new payrolls, the reality was much more harsh. A total of 140,000 jobs were lost last month as the pandemic persists in this country, taking a record 4,000 lives in a single day earlier this week.

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This is the latest reason the National Guard was deployed

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It’s no secret that the vaccination process is taking longer than anyone could have anticipated. Dozens of states are seeking the help of the National Guard to speed things along. So far, that has meant 20,000 members are now involved in anything from giving the shots themselves to handling administrative work.

“The power of the military is logistics,” one military analyst said. “The guard will be able to add to state and local health facilities and take some of the burden off the civilian medical infrastructure.”

But, of course, there are challenges, too. What are they exactly, and how can the National Guard potentially get more Americans vaccinated in a shorter amount of time?

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