With rocky start, SD County hopes to streamline COVID-19 vaccine rollout


Last updated 1/22/2021 at 5:57pm

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - With limited supplies, adverse reactions and long wait times, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in San Diego County has been bumpy, but county leaders are optimistic for the future.

As it stands, the county has received 442,475 doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, according to the county's own vaccine dashboard. Of those, 181,738 have been administered to 152,580 people. A total of 29,158 people have been completely inoculated from the virus in the county, or just 1% of residents over the age of 16. Both vaccines on the market require two doses and the vaccines are 95...

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