Texas made it harder to get a COVID vaccine through poor planning and execution
Rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine is neither for the faint of heart nor the poorly organized. Local public health authorities, hospitals and other providers have had to figure out where to store the vaccine, how to sign up people, how to alert them about their place in line, how to set up vaccination sites that prevent contagion and how to manage long outdoor lines dotted with seniors and disabled residents.
The great hurdle is the fact that there is not enough vaccine to go around at this moment — not even for vulnerable populations eligible to receive it now, let …
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