The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States continues to spread, but there is still a shortage of COVID-19 vaccine throughout the United States, so vaccination in many places cannot progress smoothly as scheduled.
In Los Angeles, California, the hardest hit by the pandemic, many vaccination sites have been forced to close.
Los Angeles, California, has temporarily closed five large vaccination sites, including Dodger Stadium, due to the shortage of coronavirus vaccines.
Local officials in Los Angeles said that some vaccination sites will also be closed and that these vaccination sites may not reopen until more vaccine supplies are available.
John Schwarzberg, epidemiologist at the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley: The problem we saw in Los Angeles is that they have space, staff, everything has been solved, but this week they have no vaccine, unless we can get a reliable vaccine supply, not only the states, but also the states’ Different regions so we can plan properly, otherwise our vaccination will still be as messy as this.
4,000 unreported deaths have been found in Ohio
In addition, the Ohio government said on the 11th that the state’s health department recently found as many as 4,000 unreported COVID-19 deaths in the state after checking an internal death database in the state.
Ohio health officials admitted that the state’s health departments at all levels did not do well in doing it, which led to the emergence of such problems.