MADISON, Wis. — As COVID-19 circumstances proceed to drop, so has the demand for vaccines, leaving many doses on the cabinets.
Final week, Dane County as an entire administered round 2,500 doses, in response to Public Well being Madison & Dane County. Simply weeks in the past, that quantity was round 4,500.
PHMDC communications director Morgan Finke mentioned the vaccines can final at the least 10 weeks on the shelf. Provided that, she mentioned she’s not fearful about doses going to waste.
“By way of extra provide, it’s not a widespread concern of losing that offer, as a result of (the state’s vaccine trade website) gives that leftover vaccine to different suppliers,” she mentioned.
As vaccine demand slows, Finke mentioned PHMDC will make some changes to its technique however added the company isn’t planning to reduce pop-up clinics for now.
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