U.S. COVID-19 vaccine delivery slower than planned

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U.S. COVID-19 vaccine delivery slower than planned

Delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine has been slower than planned across the U.S. — only two million doses given of the 20 million that had been projected by the end of the year — but demand has been high with some waiting hours in line to get a jab.

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