Amazon.com has wasted no time communicating with the Biden administration.
According to Reuters, the company already sent a letter Wednesday with an offer to help with the country’s vaccine distribution efforts.
Amazon says it is “prepared to leverage (its) operations, information technology, and communications capabilities and expertise” in order to assist.
Amazon reportedly pointed to its scale as a way to make an impact in vaccine distribution, but did not specifically say how it would help with the rollout nationwide.
It also suggested it could provide on-site vaccinations for its 800,000 workers via a partnership with a healthcare provider.
President Biden has pledged to deliver 100 million COVID-19 vaccines to Americans in his first 100 days of office.