CDC tracking vaccine distribution and administration
CDC is using both new and existing information technology (IT) systems to collect reliable, rapid data about COVID-19 vaccines.
CDC reports the dosage and dosage of a publicly distributed COVID-19 vaccine in the United States COVID Data Tracker: COVID-19 Vaccination in the United States. CDC also reports the data COVID-19 vaccination in long-term care facilities. Since reporting data from multiple sources can lead to duplicate entries that need to be checked and removed by CDC before data can be reported, the data shown on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker data is always the data reported by the local jurisdiction. cannot match.
CDC, other federal agencies, vaccination providers, state, local and regional public health departments, and tribal health facilities nationwide use vaccine delivery and administration data to inform decisions about COVID-19 vaccination. COVID-19 Vaccination Reporting Overview Provides a comprehensive view of IT systems and how they are integrated to track COVID-19 vaccine delivery and administration.
There are certain factors that can cause delays in the travel of the vaccine and may even delay the submission of information CDC COVID Data Tracker. These may include:
- Technical issues delaying timely reporting
- Vaccines need to be redistributed within a jurisdiction, which can mean a long time between initial distribution and administration
- Jurisdictions with multiple data systems at the local and state levels
- Providers not reporting vaccine administration within the required 72-hour period
Huge difference in number of doses delivered and dosage administered is expected to. There should always be enough supplies available for clinics, pharmacies, and other vaccination provider sites to run their vaccination programs effectively, including making sure the vaccine is available to people when they return for their second dose . CDC continues to work with jurisdictions and our other partners to ensure that the vaccine is administered in the most efficient and effective manner.
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