‘Warp speed’ officials say U.S. COVID vaccine distribution too slow

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‘Warp speed’ officials say U.S. COVID vaccine distribution too slow

Even though 11.4 million doses of the approved Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines had been distributed across the United States by Monday morning, just 2.1 million had made it into the arms of high-risk Americans.

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