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Dose shortage stalls Northern Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccinations – WTOP

Citing a “severely diminished” allocation of doses, Inova says it has suspended administering those first shots “for the foreseeable future.”

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Northern Virginians who were hoping to soon get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at an Inova hospital or clinic will have to wait longer.
In a statement Monday, Inova announced it has suspended giving those initial doses as of Tuesday “for the foreseeable future.”
Inova noted that Virginia health officials have made changes that mean doses will now be sent directly to health districts. That, they said, “severely diminished” Inova’s allocation of vaccine.
“When we receive more supply inventory,…

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