Dr. Nirav Shah: Maine CDC Director Discusses Decline in Covid Cases, Vaccine Supply & Distribution
As the Biden administration increases vaccine supplies to state, and Maine's mass vaccination sites offer more shots, COVID-19 cases are dropping.
Dr. Nirav Shah, director, Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, returns to answer your questions about COVID-19, vaccination prioritization, testing, new virus variants and more.
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