(CALMATTERS) – Getting the coronavirus vaccines into the arms of as many Californians as possible has become a race against time as COVID-19 cases continue to spiral upward and a more infectious variant of the virus takes root.
MARTINEZ, CA – DECEMBER 15: Dr. Sergio Urcuyo, chair of the Department of Hospital Medicine, left, prepares to receive a Covid-19 vaccine from Registered Nurse Kathy Ferris, left, as Infection Prevention and Control Program Manager Holly Longmuir, explains the procedure to Licensed Vocational Nurse Henri K. at the Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in Martinez, Calif., on Tuesday, Dec.15, 2020. Frontline healthcare workers who work in roles with high risk of exposure to infectious disease received their initial doses of the new COVID-19 vaccine recently approved for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
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