Sunday, June 13
Shadow

PA. GOVERNOR defends COVID-19 vaccine rollout – WGAL Susquehanna Valley Pa.

WHEN PEOPLE COULD GET VACCINATED GOVERNOR WOLF: THE DATA I’M LOOKING AT, I BELIEVE WE’RE THERE WITH EVERYBODY ELSE IN THE COUNTRY. >> PENNSYVLANIA IS STILL VACCINATING HEALTH CARE WORKERS, ALONG WITH STAFF AND RESIDENTS OF NURSING HOMES. GOVERNOR WOLF: EACH DAY WE DO BETTER JOB IN PENNSYLVANIA. EVERY STATE IS DOING A BETTER JOB. >> NEW JERSEY HAS ALREADY ACCOUNCED MASS VACCINATION SITES AND SAYS ITS READY TO START VACCINATING RESIDNETS 65 AND OLDER. THE GOVERNOR SAID THE HOLIDAYS AND SKY-HIGH EXPECTATIONS FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON A SLOWER-THAN-EXPECTED START TO THE VACCINATION PROGRAM. GOVERNOR WOLF: I THINK THERE WERE SOME INEVITABLE HICCUPS GETTING STARTED. IT DIDN’T GET OUT STARTED AS FAST AS ANY WOULD LIKE, BUT WE’RE MAKING UP F

Gov. Tom Wolf defends Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort

WGAL News 8 coronavirus coverage

Gov. Tom Wolf is defending Pennsylvania’s vaccine distribution effort.“In terms of the vaccine rollout, the data I’m looking at is that we’re right there with everybody else in the country,” Wolf said Thursday.Pennsylvania is still vaccinating health care workers, along with residents and staff members at nursing homes.“Each day, we do a better and better job here in Pennsylvania. I think, each day, every state is doing a better job,” Wolf said.Wolf said the state will be ready to start vaccinating residents 65 and older next week.“We’re working to make sure that this gets out as quickly as possible to people who need it first and do that in as fair a manner as we can,” he said.The governor said the holidays, coupled with the freezer storage requirement for the vaccine, resulted in some delays in the beginning.“I think there were some inevitable hiccups in terms of getting things started. It didn’t get out as fast as any of us would like, but I think we’re making up for that,” Wolf said.

Gov. Tom Wolf is defending Pennsylvania’s vaccine distribution effort.

“In terms of the vaccine rollout, the data I’m looking at is that we’re right there with everybody else in the country,” Wolf said Thursday.

Pennsylvania is still vaccinating health care workers, along with residents and staff members at nursing homes.

“Each day, we do a better and better job here in Pennsylvania. I think, each day, every state is doing a better job,” Wolf said.

Wolf said the state will be ready to start vaccinating residents 65 and older next week.

“We’re working to make sure that this gets out as quickly as possible to people who need it first and do that in as fair a manner as we can,” he said.

The governor said the holidays, coupled with the freezer storage requirement for the vaccine, resulted in some delays in the beginning.

“I think there were some inevitable hiccups in terms of getting things started. It didn’t get out as fast as any of us would like, but I think we’re making up for that,” Wolf said.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *