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Vaccine demand in the US drops as some places are turning down doses

Louisiana has stopped asking the federal government for its full allocation of COVID-19 immunization. About three-quarters of Kansas districts have turned down new shipments of the immunization at least once over the past month.

And in Mississippi, authorities asked the federal government to transport vials in smaller packages so they don’t go to waste. As the supply of coronavirus immunization dosages in the U.S. outpaces demand, a few places around the nation are finding there's such small interest in the shots, they need to turn down shipments.

The decreasing demand for immunizations illustrates the challenge that the U.S. faces in attempting to conquer the widespread. Whereas at the same time dealing with the optics of tens of thousands of dosages sitting on racks when nations like India and Brazil are in the middle of full-blown medical crises.

More than half of American adults have gotten at least one vaccine dosage, and President Joe Biden this week celebrated eclipsing 200 million doses administered in his first 100 days in office. He moreover acknowledged entering a new stage to reinforce outreach and overcome hesitancy.

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