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Pfizer vaccine rollout is confusing among states and there is no end in sight

As Vice President Mike Pence sat for his COVID-19 vaccine on Friday morning, governor’s offices across the country were furious, confused as to why their states needed to receive far fewer doses of Pfizer than originally planned.

For months, states worked with the federal government to determine how many doses they would receive, where and when they would be distributed, and who would receive the vaccines first. Senior officials of Operation Warp Speed, a public- partnership to speed up vaccine deployment, have touted the administration’s planning as a , saying the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention ( CDC) had worked with states to make the distribution run smoothly.

But a few days after declaring an unambiguous triumph, things took a serious turn for the worse.

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