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King County needs help from feds to distribute COVID-19 vaccine

He continued: “What we have received so far is totally insufficient for the task ahead, which will involve planning for new vaccine distribution and administration venues, recruiting and training community-based health care providers to administer vaccine and providing them with support and technical assistance, enhancement and coordination of data systems, and robust public engagement and public information campaigns to build trust and vaccine acceptance with community, particularly in communities of color.”

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