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The move came as Fox’s ratings in that time slot had been outstripped by rivals.
Virginia and Maryland expanded eligibility for coronavirus vaccinations to include older residents on Thursday, while local officials across the Washington region continued to plead for more doses as demand outstrips supply.
VIRGINIA, MARYLAND EXPAND VACCINE ELIGIBILITY AS NORTHAM ENCOURAGES SCHOOLS TO REOPENGREGORY S. SCHNEIDER, OVETTA WIGGINS, ERIN COX, MEAGAN FLYNNJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Since the District and parts of Virginia began vaccinating seniors Monday, demand for the vaccine has been outstripping what’s available across the Washington region.
D.C. LEADERS SPAR OVER CORONAVIRUS VACCINE ACCESS FOR POORER RESIDENTSJULIE ZAUZMER, RACHEL CHASON, LOLA FADULU, ERIN COXJANUARY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Ensuring the efficiency of that vaccination program is essential because demand is likely to outstrip supply globally for some time and, particularly in low-income countries, each dose will be precious.
New cases in prisons this week reached their highest level since testing began in the spring, far outstripping previous peaks in April and August.
Priority will go to people over 80 years old and to nursing home caregivers, and public health officials conceded that demand could quickly outstrip supply in the early months, even for those groups.
With no budget, and relying almost entirely on a grassroots volunteer effort, Guam has gotten 29% of the island’s adult residents to download its exposure notification app, a rate of adoption that outstrips states with far more resources.
Salesforce has forecast some 5% of packages shipped between mid-November and Christmas Eve could be late because of demand outstripping capacity.
Since it started, Get Us PPE has fulfilled 12 percent of the requests it has received — a percentage dropping lately as the pandemic intensifies and the eagerness for protective equipment increasingly outstrips donations.
While he’s pleased with recent growth, he is also concerned that demand from international buyers currently outstrips investment by crowd farmers.

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