Severe Winter Weather Impacts Bay Area's COVID-19 Vaccine Supply

The severe winter weather in the U.S. is not hitting the Bay Area directly, but it’s definitely having a significant impact on its COVID-19 vaccine supplies.

Hundreds of thousands of doses that were supposed to arrive in California Friday didn’t because of the deep freeze across much of the country.

In total, six million doses that were set to be delivered nationwide are now delayed. 

A mass vaccination site on Berger Drive in San Jose is still administering about 1,400 COVID vaccine shots a day and many people, including Marciel Cardenas, had heard about the vaccine shipment delay and were relieved to get their shot Friday.

“I’m lucky,”

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