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North Carolina expects to get 200K+ first doses of vaccine per week – WRAL.com

More people in North Carolina are getting COVID-19 vaccines as the state continues to greenlight more providers to meet an increase in demand. In addition, the…

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By Joe Fisher, WRAL reporter
Raleigh, N.C. — More people in North Carolina are getting COVID-19 vaccines as the state continues to greenlight more providers to meet an increase in demand. In addition, the state is seeing a big uptick in doses shipped here.
Some figures from the state’s vaccine allocation report:

  • North Carolina is seeing a 23% increase in new first doses allocated from the federal government.
  • New data from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services shows 2.3 million…

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