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Storm Stymies Vaccinations in 10 States More Than a Week Later

Residents Receive Covid-19 Vaccinations At Coors Field
Photographer: Chet Strange/Bloomberg

More than a week after winter weather upended America’s vaccination push, about 1 in 5 states are still trying to regain momentum in the Covid-19 vaccination push.

In 10 states, the seven-day average of new doses is lower than it was two weeks earlier, according to the Bloomberg Vaccine Tracker. Among the worst, Indiana was off 43% and Mississippi was set back 42%. Arkansas and Texas were down 41% each.