King County vaccination sites reopening after-weather related shutdowns

Ninety-percent of the state’s coronavirus vaccines faced a shipping delay because of weather.

KENT, Wash. — Coronavirus vaccination clinics across Washington state are getting back on track after winter weather across the U.S. caused several sites to shutdown. 

King County’s Kent and Auburn vaccinations sites closed Friday afternoon due to delayed shipments in vaccine supply. The four state-run sites were also forced to close. 

Roughly 90% of the state’s coronavirus vaccines expected last week faced a weather-related shipment delay. 

People with appointments Friday afternoon, Saturday and Monday had to reschedule. 

The state said the Moderna vaccine was scheduled to arrive

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