With the approval of two COVID-19 vaccines (one from Pfizer and the other from Moderna) for public use, healthcare organizations in December began participating in a massive national inoculation program, the largest in more than half a century. The federal Operation Warp Speed initiative aims to produce and deliver 300 million doses of the approved vaccines. As with nearly every other aspect of the pandemic, the vaccine rollout requires organizations to operate far more quickly than they may be accustomed to. Details regarding every aspect of the program are still being determined, which creates confusion and uncertainty.
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