Health officials in the Washington region’s two most populous jurisdictions grappled Tuesday with how to equitably distribute the coronavirus vaccine as they continue to receive too few doses to inoculate eligible seniors and essential workers. Leaders in Fairfax and Montgomery counties said new data shows the difficulties both localities are having in reaching communities disproportionately affected by the virus. Meanwhile, government officials announced Tuesday that two Montgomery residents have tested positive for the South African variant of the coronavirus.
Fairfax, Montgomery say data shows inequities in distribution of coronavirus vaccine
February 2, 2021