The Associated Press reports:
As the supply of coronavirus vaccine doses in the U.S. outpaces demand, some places around the country are finding there’s such little interest in the shots, they need to turn down shipments.
The dwindling demand for vaccines illustrates the challenge that the U.S. faces in trying to conquer the pandemic while at the same time dealing with the optics of tens of thousands of doses sitting on shelves when countries like India and Brazil are in the midst of full-blown medical emergencies.
Across the country, pharmacists and public health officials are seeing the demand wane and supplies build up.
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We’ve reached the point in the vaccination trend where some states are saying: send us LESS.
— Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) April 23, 2021