Dose [noun]

Definition of Dose:

portion of drug or other consumable

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States and counties receive a certain number of doses to try to meet the needs of their populations, and visitors and nonresidents may edge out others who qualify.

Leaders in the District and Maryland on Thursday continued to confront enormous demand for vaccine doses from residents and from the pharmacies, clinics and health departments administering the shots.

Moderna has said that it will run its studies of children under 12 testing lower doses first.

While perhaps not producing a ton of snow, the weather pattern will remain very active through the weekend, when another winter weather event may deliver a dose of snow, sleet and freezing rain Saturday and Saturday night.

Montgomery Health Officer Travis Gayles said Wednesday that another challenge in distributing vaccine doses is not having adequate notice from the state health department on how many doses the county government will receive.

As of February 8, almost 6 million people had been given the first dose, a rate of around 250,000 per day.

Initially, the team had steered doses to the jurisdictions best equipped to administer them.

Localities began the week struggling to inoculate residents as they continued to request more doses of the vaccine.

One approach to speed up vaccination would be to temporarily delay the planned second dose for the two vaccines and use those doses to get as many people first shots as possible before the variants hit.

By getting more doses to Northern Virginia, you’re also helping getting doses to more diverse populations.