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Hospitals hoarded doses, scared of not receiving more shipments.
We test every delivery of fruits, vegetables, rice and other ingredients for up to 255 contaminants to confirm that every shipment meets our strict quality standards.
Connecticut tracks vaccination information and adjusts shipments of shots based on that data.
Tracking information is sent to Tiberius for every shipment so HHS can keep tabs on how deliveries are going.
In Europe, officials said shipments of Pfizer’s vaccine to their countries have been cut in half.
The one exception so far seems to be University of California-San Diego, which gets its physical shipments of the vaccine straight from the manufacturer, UCSD spokesman Scott Lafee confirmed Friday.
Virginia hospitals have administered more than 102,900 doses of the coronavirus vaccine in the three weeks since shipments of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations arrived in the state, according to the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association.
Federal officials say they need data to track vaccination efforts nationally and to identify regions or groups that might need more shipments.
They were getting lots of individual shipments, which also wasn’t ideal from a carbon footprint perspective.
Other locations that had received shipments of the antibody treatment rather than the vaccine noticed the mix-up, he said, and alerted the state.

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