Supply gaps hinder Hawaii’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
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|Supply gaps slow Hawai‘i’s vaccination efforts
Mass COVID-19 immunization sites are putting the brakes on new appointments, at least for the next few weeks, as vaccine supplies remain limited across the country. Adding to the pressure are seniors 75 and older who got vaccines at the sites and will soon get second doses. Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
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