Health Los Angeles continues to struggle with COVID-19 vaccine distribution...

Los Angeles continues to struggle with COVID-19 vaccine distribution in underserved communities

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Los Angeles kept on battling with COVID-19 vaccine distribution because of an assortment of components Friday as authorities pushed forward with endeavors to get underserved Black and Latino communities immunized.

The city delayed more vaccination arrangements booked for Saturday as vaccine shipments stay stuck on the way by winter climate that has pounded a significant part of the country.

It was not promptly clear the number of arrangements were influenced, however the defers will happen at the huge scope vaccination destinations run by the city at Hansen Dam Recreation Area, San Fernando Park, Lincoln Park, Pierce College, Crenshaw Christian Center and Dodger Stadium.

Authorities previously pushed back 12,500 arrangements planned Friday in light of supply interruptions. City-run versatile vaccination facilities will keep on working as booked.

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