Erin Garcia de Jesus

microbiologist and staff writer for Science News magazine

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LA Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday addressed vaccine shortages: “Los Angeles isn’t receiving enough vaccines from the federal government to meet our daily capacity.

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LA Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday addressed vaccine shortages: “Los Angeles isn’t receiving enough vaccines from the federal government to meet our daily capacity.

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