‘I’m Very Nervous’: Trucking Company Owner Details Vaccine Distribution Fears

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Mike Kucharski, the co-owner and vice president of JKC Trucking, spoke with the Daily Caller’s Samantha Renck about the COVID-19 vaccine distribution process, expected dry ice shortages and more.

Pfizer and Moderna are leading the way for a coronavirus vaccine. As both companies await approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, distribution logistics are underway.

“Pfizer’s going to ship the product directly Pfizer and directly to carriers [that] will ship it out,” Kucharski said. “Moderna’s taking a little different approach. They’re going to send it to a distribution warehouse.” (RELATED: After Months Of Sowing Distrust In The Coronavirus Vaccine, Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Are First In Line To Get It)

“I am very, very nervous actually because I think a truckload of COVID vaccines is going to be worth as much as a truckload of money,” he said.
Kucharski also discussed a potential food shortage associated with the vaccine distribution and more.


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