COVID-19 vaccine mega-sites across the U.S. are closing down due to the drop in demand for the shot. Much of the hard work of getting people vaccinated will now fall on primary care providers.

With A Drop In Demand, Getting People COVID-19 Vaccines Will Be Up To Local Doctors

By Bret Jaspers NPR
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