11 minutes | Jan 28, 2021

Stuck in a snowstorm, Oregon health officials go car to car to ensure vaccine doses aren't wasted

Public health officials in Josephine County were headed home from a vaccine clinic in Cave Junction as a snowstorm hit Tuesday. A jackknifed semi blocked their way home, and six doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were about to expire. Up next, reporter Noelle Crombie talks to Mike Weber, Josephine County’s public health director, about the fateful trip and how staff administered the six doses to lucky travelers caught in the traffic jam.Read more: 6 stranded motorists win the coronavirus vaccine jackpot  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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