U.S. vaccine distribution to states expected to tick up 16% next week -Washington Post
WASHINGTON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - The Biden administration is expected to increase state allocations of COVID-19 vaccines to about 10 million next week, up 16% from 8.6 million doses per week currently, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.
While the increase, expected to be announced to governors in a call later on Tuesday, will help alleviate ongoing shortages it will not be enough to fully alleviate ongoing supply problems facing localities, the Post said.
Reporting by Susan Heavey; Editing by Tim Ahmann
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