By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – FEMA will give Detroit another three months to use up its grant money for vaccination efforts.

FEMA previously awarded Detroit an $18.7 million grant to help with COVID vaccine costs.

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The grant was set to expire Tuesday,  but FEMA says the city can now have until August 2.

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City officials expect all of the money to be used up by that time.

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