April 10, 2021
Health News

Seattle hospitals rush out vaccines after freezer failure 2 hours ago – The Associated Press

SEATTLE (AP) Seattle hospitals rushed out COVID-19 vaccines to hundreds of people in the middle of the night after a freezer they were being stored in failed.
Its not clear what caused the freezer failure Thursday night, but the UW Medical Centers Northwest and Montlake campuses and Swedish Medical Center received more than 1,300 doses that needed to be used before they expired at 5:30 a.m. Friday, The Seattle Times reported.
Word of the unexpected doses spread on social media, and a line of hopeful…

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