Several Million of Californians qualified for a Covid-19 vaccine shot commencing Monday. Limited supplies affected the states previously as eligible residents had a hard time out in booking their appointments for the vaccine.
On Monday, the state sought an expansion to the categories of eligible residents by adding homeless people, transit workers, and most prominently people aged 16 to 64 to the list. The age group of 16 to 64, ” who are deemed to be at the very highest risk for morbidity and mortality from COVID-19.”
If we look at the current projections, it will take some time to reiterate the demands of millions of Californians, and they have to be patient for instilling their sets of vaccine doses.
In Santa Clara County millions of Californians are trying to uphold their chance, but the vaccination slots available through the county health system have been booked already for more than a week. New appointments need to be scheduled for next week as the county is facing a huge job on its hands to provide doses in an efficient manner.
The county could not state as to when it expects to reopen slots for the next set of appointments, as they are already running against time to compel their duties to a handful number of people. The number will depend on supplies provided each week by the Federal government as the situation is becoming a concerning point across the states.