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LBNL is a DOE lab of some 4K employees, only 20% are actually working on site. They were offering 100 vaccines, but have had to postpone. Could it be the 20K Covid vaccines that went missing? Hmmmmmm . . . [ We have just learned that the Lab needs to pause its vaccine clinics due to the unavailability of the COVID-19 vaccine. The 100 doses scheduled to arrive this week have been delayed due to winter weather conditions in other parts of the country. In addition, the University of California, which had been providing the Lab with its vaccine, will not get the expected allotment of vaccines starting next week due to the reallocation of the vaccine to community clinics. We have been informed that the state is starting a completely new system of distributing vaccines. You can read more about these changes at coronavirus.berkeley.edu. UC is engaged in discussions with the state in hopes of restoring its allocation of vaccines to the scale administered in recent weeks. The Lab is following closely the State of California guidelines for vaccinating employees by age, currently those over 65, and by occupational cohorts. We are disappointed that we need to pause our efforts to vaccinate employees due to the change in the distribution method and the resulting unpredictability of a vaccine supply. ] https://coronavirus.berkeley.edu/
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LBNL is a DOE lab of some 4K employees, only 20% are actually working on site. They were offering 100 vaccines, but have had to postpone. Could it be the 20K Covid vaccines that went missing? Hmmmmmm . . . [ We have just learned that the Lab needs to pause its vaccine clinics due to the unavailability of the COVID-19 vaccine. The 100 doses scheduled to arrive this week have been delayed due to winter weather conditions in other parts of the country. In addition, the University of California, which had been providing the Lab with its vaccine, will not get the expected allotment of vaccines starting next week due to the reallocation of the vaccine to community clinics. We have been informed that the state is starting a completely new system of distributing vaccines. You can read more about these changes at coronavirus.berkeley.edu. UC is engaged in discussions with the state in hopes of restoring its allocation of vaccines to the scale administered in recent weeks. The Lab is following closely the State of California guidelines for vaccinating employees by age, currently those over 65, and by occupational cohorts. We are disappointed that we need to pause our efforts to vaccinate employees due to the change in the distribution method and the resulting unpredictability of a vaccine supply. ] https://coronavirus.berkeley.edu/
46 views · Feb 21st