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Vaccine Demand Down In San Diego County

A woman receives a COVID-19 vaccine from Cal Fire in Julian, Calif. Feb. 3, 2021.
Matt Hoffman
A woman receives a COVID-19 vaccine from Cal Fire in Julian, Calif. Feb. 3, 2021.
Gone are the days of long lines, internet delays and supply shortages for the coronavirus vaccine. Demand in San Diego County is down. Supply is so abundant healthcare systems are asking for less doses. So, is this an indication we are winning this fight against COVID-19 and close to herd immunity or does this mean there is much more work to do in terms of getting people vaccinated.

Gone are the days of long lines, internet delays and supply shortages for the coronavirus vaccine — demand in San Diego County is down. Supply is so abundant healthcare systems are asking for fewer doses.

So, is this an indication we are winning the fight against COVID-19 and close to slowing its spread enough to return to a sense of normalcy or that there's much more work to do in terms of getting people vaccinated?

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