Here Is 1 Way To Show Appreciation For The COVID-19 Vaccine A German pilot used a GPS device to map a route that would take the shape of a giant syringe. He flew about 5,000 feet in the air to trace the syringe, which spanned over 40 miles in the sky.
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Here Is 1 Way To Show Appreciation For The COVID-19 Vaccine

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Here Is 1 Way To Show Appreciation For The COVID-19 Vaccine

Here Is 1 Way To Show Appreciation For The COVID-19 Vaccine

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Well, here's one way to show your support for a COVID-19 vaccine. Over the weekend, German pilot Samy Kramer used a GPS device to map a route that would take the shape of a giant syringe. Kramer flew about 5,000 feet in the air to trace the syringe, which spanned over 40 miles in the sky. The 20-year-old says he hopes the act can get people thinking about the vaccine. I, for one, am mostly thinking about going to flight school. It's MORNING EDITION.

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