Covid vaccine shipments delayed by storm to be delivered by midweek, White House advisor says
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Covid vaccine shipments that were delayed by last week's historic winter storm will be delivered by midweek, White House advisor Andy Slavitt said Monday.
Boxes containing the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are prepared to be shipped at the Pfizer Global Supply Kalamazoo manufacturing plant on December 13, 2020 in Portage, Michigan.

All of the shipments of Covid-19 vaccine doses that were delayed last week by the historic winter storm are expected to be delivered by midweek, White House senior advisor for Covid-19 response Andy Slavitt said Monday.

Slavitt said on Friday that the delivery of about 6 million doses, representing about three days' worth of shipments, was delayed by the storm.

"I reported on Friday that we would catch up on deliveries by the end of this week," Slavitt said Monday at the White House Covid-19 press briefing. "We now anticipate that all backlogged…
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