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US to reallocate COVID-19 shots to states with greater interest

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The Biden administration will วิธีเล่นเกมยิงปลา begin shifting how it allocates COVID-19 shots to states,
moving doses from states with lower demand to those with stronger interest in vaccines,
an administration official said on Tuesday (May 4).

The change away from a strict by-population allocation comes as demand for the coronavirus vaccines
has dropped nationwide, but especially precipitously in some areas, with some states turning down
part or all of their weekly dose allotments. The federal government will now shift some of those doses
to areas with higher demand, in an effort to speed shots in those areas.

The administration says that when states decline the vaccine they have been allocated, that surplus
will shift to states still awaiting doses to meet demand. Those states would have the shots available
whenever demand for vaccines in their states increases - a key priority of the Biden administration.

Governors were informed of the change by the White House Tuesday morning. The Washington Post
first reported on the new allocation.

The announcement comes hours before Biden is set to speak Tuesday afternoon on his administration's
efforts to boost demand for the vaccines across the country as part of his aim to have the country
experience a more normal July Fourth holiday.

This week, Iowa turned down nearly three quarters of the vaccine doses available to the state for
next week from the federal government because demand for the shots remains weak.

Individual states have made similar shifts internally to account for changing demand. Last week,
Washington state changed the way it allocates coronavirus vaccine to its counties. Previously
the state doled out supplies to counties proportionate to their populations. But Governor Jay Inslee
said Thursday that the amounts now will be based on requests from health care providers.
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