Beaumont Health is canceling 1,884 sessions due to the Sudden scarcity of the second dose vaccine.
On Friday, Beaumont finds out of an unexpected limiting in Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine allotment from the state of Michigan. It impelled the health system to postpone the second dose sessions which were scheduled for Thursday.
Beaumont says it is looking for more lucidity from the state on these second dosages. Although three weeks is the typical amount of time between the two doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the vaccine remains productive. While patients receive the second dose up to six weeks after the first dose.
What did Beaumont say?
Beaumont says it is functioning assiduous to get more vaccines from the state. It is because they have to supply the vital second dose in an opportune manner. Beaumont Health Chief Operating Officer Carolyn Wilson spoke in a press release that they are so upset that they had to cancel these sessions. Their teams worked so hard around the clock and all over the weekends with the state to try and assure the second dose vaccine that was requested.
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