Nearly 100K Vaccine Doses Unused in Santa Clara County, Smaller Providers Struggling

About 100,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses are in freezers waiting to be administered in Santa Clara County, new data shows.

Santa Clara is one of the first counties to release COVID-19 data on how many doses are going to each provider and how many are being used.

As of Thursday, of all the 280,000 doses received by providers, more than 96,000 remain unused.

While larger medical providers like Stanford Health and Kaiser Permanente have administered more than 70% of their doses, smaller providers seem to be struggling, the data revealed.

North East Medical Services (NEMS) in San Jose, which specifically targets underserved Asian communities, had the lowest injection rate with

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