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CDC launches “vaccine finder” tool, website

CDC vaccine finder

(CNN) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a new search tool for COVID-19 vaccines.

The general public can go on to find approved providers near them.

You enter your zip code and search radius and a list of nearby pharmacies and health centers will pop up.

The tool details whether a location has doses in stock or not. You can also search for a manufacturer, if you're looking specifically for a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine.

But the website isn't fully comprehensive, many mass-vaccination sites are not on there.

The CDC made the online tool with Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Castlight health.

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