California aims to vaccinate up to 3 million people a week by March 1 – more than twice the current rate – under a distribution contract with Blue Shield that went into effect Monday. The target was set even as the provinces continued to face frustrating supply problems.
The partnership with Blue Shield aims to fix what was until now a messy and bumpy vaccination process in California, highlighted in the Bay Area this week by opening one major vaccination site while two others were closed due to vaccine shortages.
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