US Considers Mobile Vaccination Centers to Tackle Undersupply of Shots
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- In an effort to ramp up COVID-19 vaccine rollout, the Biden Administration is considering mobile vaccination centers that can travel within a community
- Senior White House adviser for COVID-19 Response, Andy Slavitt, made the announcement Tuesday saying that the mobile centers will help get more people vaccinated
- Slavitt also added that the country has been increasing production and supply of COVID-19 vaccines in recent weeks
- Elsewhere, a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention spokesperson told CNN the CDC will host a COVID-19 vaccination forum with health officials on the safest and most effective ways to vaccinate Americans
- The event is scheduled for February 22-24 and will be chaired by CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky