On the First Sunday of Advent, in the TLM, our Lord instructs us to look for signs in the sky…
CHICAGO — United Airlines has begun shipping the first batches of the COVID-19 vaccine on charter flights, a source told ABC News.
The source is familiar with the operation, according to ABC.
The Federal Aviation Administration had already given the OK for the first mass air shipment of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The FAA said it established a transport team in October to “ensure safe, expeditious and efficient transportation of vaccines.”
The agency said it is also ensuring around-the-clock air traffic services in an effort to prioritize flights carrying vaccines and personnel.
DHL will also be involved in the transportation and storage of the vaccine in various locations, a spokesman said Saturday. The delivery service would not disclose exactly where the COVID-19 vaccine would be stored.