ASU professor says supply chain issues are slowing down vaccine deployment

From technology problems to the storage, there are challenges with trying to administer the COVID-19 vaccine. An ASU health care supply chain expert says it all comes down to vaccine logistics: states' distribution to pharmacies, standardized vaccine prioritization, and more vaccine options.

In this story published Feb. 6, 2021, on Fox 10 Phoenix:

We’ve never done something like this before, so it's easy to complain, but it is also a learning experience, if we get new products, et cetera.


Eugene Schneller, professor of supply chain management and Dean's Council of 100 Distinguished Scholar




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