4 Clever Ways We're Getting More Shots into Arms

In the race to vaccinate hundreds of millions of people, innovators in certain places have excelled at getting shots into arms, including in hard-to-reach or vaccine-reluctant populations. West Virginia broke from the herd using national pharmacy chains, working instead with local shops that had a head start in nursing homes. Alaska's Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation, serving indigenous and remote villages, got creative in how it shipped vaccine to roadless outposts. And UK's private and public teams worked closely with immigrant faith communities to overcome vaccine resistance.

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