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Feds need to ramp up vaccine supply, says Massachusetts Medical Society president

21 days ago   |   By Boston Herald

Many Bay Staters won't be vaccinated until next year unless the feds step up with supplying doses to the state, the head of the Massachusetts Medical Society is warning.
At the current slow pace, it would take about 80 weeks to get enough people vaccinated to achieve herd immunity, estimated Dr. David Rosman, the president of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
“The state is ready to give out shots,” Rosman told the Herald Wednesday. “We need the federal government to step up with its supply.”
The state now ranks 41st in the nation for administering coronavirus vaccines, according to CDC...
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