STOCKTON, Calif.– A mass vaccination hub in Stockton is being postponed due to there being fewer COVID-19 dosages than anticipated, according to authorities with Kaiser Permanente.The hub was at first set up to open Tuesday at the Stockton Arena.
Kaiser said it found out late Thursday that it would not be getting sufficient vaccines in time for its organized opening.”Kaiser Permanente and the consortium are devoted to opening the website as soon as vaccine supply is gotten and stand all set to open and start administering vaccinations to the neighborhood,” officials said in a press release.”Despite the postponed start date, we stay confident that this site will use a huge boost to our vaccination efforts, and it will be specifically vital due to the expanded vaccine eligibility requirements in April,” said Dr. Maggie Park, San Joaquin County Public Health Officer.Once open, the Stockton mass vaccination center will have the ability to administer 5,400 dosages a day, as vaccine supply allows.The hold-up in opening the Stockton center will not affect vaccination at other locations.

A mass vaccination center in Stockton is being postponed due to there being fewer COVID-19 dosages than anticipated, according to authorities with Kaiser Permanente.The center was at first set up to open Tuesday at the Stockton Arena.Kaiser stated it found out late Thursday that it would not be getting sufficient vaccines in time for its scheduled opening.”Kaiser Permanente and the consortium are dedicated to opening the site as quickly as vaccine supply is gotten and stand all set to open and start administering vaccinations to the neighborhood,” authorities said in a news release.”Despite the delayed start date, we remain positive that this site will provide a substantial boost to our vaccination efforts, and it will be specifically vital due to the broadened vaccine eligibility requirements in April,” stated Dr. Maggie Park, San Joaquin County Public Health Officer.Once open, the Stockton mass vaccination center will have the ability to administer 5,400 doses a day, as vaccine supply allows.The delay in opening the Stockton center will not impact vaccination at other areas.

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