Americans scramble for appointments for second COVID-19 vaccine dose

"Успех — это способность идти от поражения к поражению, не теряя оптимизма." Уинстон Черчилль ©

By Deena Beasley (Reuters) — As more Americans ready for their second COVID-19 vaccine shot, some patients are falling through the cracks of an increasingly complex web of providers and appointment systems. While many people are getting their required second doses, the process is taking a toll on some of the most vulnerable — older adults who in many cases rely on family members or friends to navigate complex sign-up systems and inconvenient locations. Available vaccines need to be given as two separate doses weeks apart, and confusion is further taxing an already challenged health care system…

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