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Wolf vetoes bill to ban schools, government from requiring proof of vaccination in Pa.

The so-called “vaccine passports” bill also would have limited the health secretary’s power.

By Brett Sholtis

Public health leaders work to win over Pa. Republicans who say they won’t get vaccinated

Half of all Pennsylvania Republicans polled say they don’t plan to get immunized.

By Brett Sholtis

Responding to dip in demand, Lancaster’s mass vaccination site is taking walk-ins

“We’re just trying to make it incredibly easy now to get vaccinated.”

By Brett Sholtis

Pa. mass vaccination sites are ready to open—with or without vaccines

State officials say there’s a need to ensure equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution.
By Brett Sholtis

Volunteer-run website aims to help people in Pa. schedule COVID-19 vaccines

About 100 volunteers place hundreds of calls a day to vaccine providers to learn which ones are accepting appointments.
By Brett Sholtis

‘Don’t hold back any doses’: How a conference call with the Pa. Health Department led to vaccine delays

Health systems believed they were following state orders when they used vaccines that were supposed to be set aside for people awaiting their second doses.
By Brett Sholtis

COVID-19 Moderna vaccine mistake expected to delay second doses in Pa. 

About 200,000 Moderna doses allocated as second doses were given to others as first doses instead. 

By Brett Sholtis

Forced to compete for COVID-19 vaccines, some older people in Pa. are struggling to book appointments

Social media networks and online research skills give some younger people an edge, even as older people overall face higher risk of hospitalization and death.

By Brett Sholtis

With Pennsylvania behind in vaccination rate, Pa. health department says not to compare states

Pennsylvania is allocating second doses separately, something not all states are doing.
By Brett Sholtis