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Texas is diverting thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses away from Dallas County, Judge Jenkins says –

“Dallas County has received from the federal government, but the state has shorted us 56,000 doses,” said Judge Jenkins on Sunday’s Inside Texas Politics.



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DALLAS As the federal government began its own effort to vaccinate some of the most vulnerable people in Dallas, County Judge Clay Jenkins said the state has begun reducing how many coronavirus vaccines are available for everyone else.
As we sit here on Sunday, Dallas County has received from the federal government a total of 42,000 Pfizer doses and 6,000 Johnson & Johnson doses, Jenkins said on Sundays Inside Texas Politics. But the state has shorted us 56,000 doses. 
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