New Jersey based Inspira Health has announced that it will reschedule appointments for first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine because of a supply shortage.
The move is effective for appointments already scheduled for Saturday and beyond at Inspira’s hospital vaccination clinics in Mullica Hill and Vineland.
For those who already received their first dose from Inspira, second doses will still be administered by the healthcare provider, the company confirmed.
Source: New York Times
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