El Paso Blames Texas Officials For COVID Vaccine Delays


El Paso is blaming Texas officials for delays in coronavirus vaccine shipments. Fire Chief Mario D’Agostino tells the El Paso Times the shots arrived four days later than expected meaning they had to push back some appointments.

D’Agostino says they’ve had plenty of talks with state officials on shipments. They’re inoculating people as fast as possible.

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