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Amazon to launch first drone delivery service in California

By Guardian Exclusive
16 June 2022   |   1:44 pm
Amazon says it will launch a drone delivery service this year in Lockeford California. The community of over 3,500 in population will be the first in the U.S to start receiving package deliveries by drone and will also enjoy free drone delivery within 30 minutes.

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