Many primary care practices in R.I. opting to not offer COVID-19 vaccines

ROUGHLY TWO-THIRDS of primary care practices in Rhode Island have either not responded to or said no to a request by the state to administer COVID-19 vaccines to patients. / COURTESY COVID-19 VACCINE SUBCOMMITTEE
PROVIDENCE – About two-thirds of primary care practices in Rhode Island have either not responded to or declined a request from the R.I. Department of Health to administer COVID-19 vaccines. The physicians have shared a number of reasons, according to members of the state’s COVID-19 Vaccine Subcommittee. They include concern about wasting vaccine, and the…

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