The private sector steps in to help speed vaccine delivery
Starbucks, Microsoft and Costco are lending logistical expertise and manpower to help deliver doses of vaccines more efficiently.
By Will Stone, Kaiser Health News|January 27, 2021 at 09:58 AM
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As states await the promise of a renewed federal pandemic response and expand the number of Americans who qualify for a shot, some governors are trying to scale up their covid vaccine operations — and smooth out the kinks — with the help of the private sector.
In Washington state, Starbucks, Microsoft and Costco are lending logistical expertise and manpower to public health agencies that are trying to dispatch their doses of vaccines more efficiently.
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