About 60% of nursing home staff in Ohio choose not to use the COVID-19 vaccine Gov. Mike DwyaneSurvived Ohio prisoner dies due to possible COVID-19 complications (R) said Wednesday.
DeWine in Press conference, where He is discussing the speed of vaccination in the state.
DeWine said: “I am not satisfied with our position in Ohio. We are not moving fast enough, but we have to get there, and we will speed up this step.”
Dwyane said that the nursing home had three visits to the vaccine. After the initial dose, those who received the drug will be given a second injection, while others who have not received the first injection will still be vaccinated.
The third visit will be to complete the vaccination for the first time vaccinated people.
DeWine said: “We will not manufacture them, but we hope that we have higher compliance.” “Our message today is, [the] The train may not come back again. ”
The governor said that the state’s goal is to take out the vaccine as soon as possible and require hospitals to give the vaccine within 24 hours of receiving it.
As of December 21, the Columbus dispatch game, Ohio only used 14.3% of its vaccine allocation Reported, Citing data from Bloomberg. The relatively slow pace is when there is a time difference between the number of vaccines distributed in the United States and the number of vaccinations.
The COO of the Science Department of “Warp Speed Operation” of Moncef Slaoui is in Wednesday The dose administered was below the Trump administration’s target.
The government has previously touted that 20 million people will be vaccinated by the end of this year.