Evers Says Reserve Supply Of Coronavirus Vaccine Nonexistent
The federal government’s reserve of coronavirus vaccine turns out to be nonexistent. Governor Tony Evers says governors were assured on a conference call with the vice president, that the feds would be releasing remaining doses
“And that would’ve been good news. We would have more vaccines to distribute, we could get to 1B quicker. All the things that are necessitated in order to do a good job here. In any state, frankly.”
Now, the Washington Post reports that the Trump administration had already begun shipping out what was available beginning at the end of December, taking second doses directly off the manufacturing line.