Several North Carolina COVID-19 vaccine providers have been investigated for not complying with state distribution guidelines.
The White House COVID-19 Response Team said Friday that while this week's storm affected deliveries to all 50 states, it is confident it can make up the backlog within the next week.
A community health center is now immunizing the local homeless population. But vaccination logistics, already complex, are compounded by the additional barriers in communication and transportation.
Officials announced a boost of about three million doses to the states and an additional one million to the federally run pharmacy program.
Missouri has canceled all state-run mass vaccination events for the week, as other states and cities across the South reschedule appointments and warn of delayed shipments.
By a 60%-to-27% margin, Americans said they thought Trump would go down as either one of the worst presidents in history or below average. President-elect Joe Biden is viewed more positively.
Experts argue that pushing out more COVID-19 vaccine doses to states sooner may be a good idea, even if it means there's a chance some people's second dose gets delayed.
Some rural areas, where health care is usually harder to get, appear to be leading the nation in delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine. But health leaders are cautioning there are caveats.
Could earlier access to the vaccine for some groups, like Native Americans, be a form of reparations for historical injustice?