Residents tell Simitian they’re frustrated over the slow rollout of vaccines

Frozen vials of the Covid-19 vaccine are defrosted for use in San Francisco. AP photo.

Daily Post Correspondent

Seven weeks after the FDA granted emergency authorization to the first Covid-19 vaccine in the U.S., Santa Clara County residents are growing increasingly anxious about when they’ll be able to receive their shot.

And those who get their health care from Kaiser Permanente or the Palo Alto Medical Foundation seem …

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