Public health departments and other providers are being forced to “pause” appointments for people hoping to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Georgia governor’s... Vaccine shortage in Georgia prompts ‘pause’ in appointments

Public health departments and other providers are being forced to “pause” appointments for people hoping to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Georgia governor’s office said. The problem is a lack of adequate vaccines shipped to the state, said Cody Hall, a spokesman for Gov. Brian Kemp.

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