Blue Shield of California’s takeover of the state’s vaccine delivery system lack buy-in from counties, with none of California’s 58 counties having signed the Blue Shield contract yet.
After a year marked by grim milestones, California has cleared a hopeful hurdle in its fight against COVID-19: administering its 10 millionth vaccine dose.
Americans are warming up to COVID-19 vaccines, with 19% saying they’ve already received at least one dose and 49% intending to do so when they get the chance.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department opens a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic for its employees.
Canada is getting a fourth vaccine to prevent COVID-19 as the country’s health regulator clears a Johnson & Johnson shot that works with one dose.
Single-use access codes will be used to secure COVID-19 vaccine appointments, to help ensure the shots get to those in need.
California is sending 40% of vaccine supplies to communities hardest hit by COVID-19, hoping to improve equity, halt spread of the disease and hasten reopening. Will the radical shift work?
Why is California putting an insurance company in charge of vaccinating millions of uninsured people anyway? Will this really help achieve equity?
Under a new policy, state officials plan to reserve 40% of vaccines to underserved communities.