Coronavirus hospitalizations fall below 1,000 in Oklahoma
February 10, 2021
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Plans to open federal pods to provide coronavirus vaccinations in Oklahoma are on hold after state health officials learned the government will not be providing vaccine for the pods, deputy state health commissioner Keith Reed said Tuesday.
A date to open the pods, announced by health officials in Tulsa last week, had not been set, Reed said, but they were presented by the federal government as a potential future option for the state that could provide up to 13,000 vaccinations per day.
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