California’s local media Los Angeles Times reported on February 14 that due to dose omissions, upload errors, time delays and software failures, California’s coronavirus vaccination data is “abnormally chaotic”, and it is impossible to track how many doses of coronavirus vaccine can be used at any time.
California’s coronavirus vaccine data management is difficult. Question.
At present, the California Public Health Bureau has set up a vaccine information website to make vaccination data available to the public.
However, there is a lot of error information on the website, including showing the number of vaccines in other states, incomplete data, and the information inconsistencies caused by upload errors.
Previously, California Governor Newsom had been calling for faster vaccination, but some false data showed that some vaccine providers seemed to have large doses of stocks and did not distribute them on time.
To this end, Newsom threatened to withdraw the vaccine from areas where vaccination was slow.
However, many California county officials worry that inaccurate data will lead to wrong conclusions, leading to increased local-state conflicts and reduced vaccination efficiency.