Huntsville Hospital COVID-19 Vaccination allotment cut drastically
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Huntsville Hospital says they are having to stop scheduling new appointments until mid-March because their COVID-19 vaccination allotment has been cut by more than half.
A release sent on Friday said that the clinic will only receive enough vaccine for 1,000 new doses per week. Which, it says, is less than half of the previous allocation for Huntsville Hospital. The hospital said vaccines shipped from the state to area hospitals have been reduced. A reason wasn’t given.
The release said the vaccine supply will be adequate to meet existing commitments, but the hospital will stop scheduling any new appointments until the week of March 22.
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