By KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – For the third week in the row, St. Clair Hospital says it hasn’t been allocated any Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for first shots.READ MORE: U.S. Customs And Border Protection Has Seized More Than 6,000 Counterfeit COVID-19 Vaccination Cards Across The Country
The hospital said on Twitter that this impacts thousands of South Hills residents who are still in line to be scheduled. They’ll schedule more appointments as soon as they get more supply.
Last week, the hospital said it had to cancel two weeks of first dose appointments because of the shortage.
For the third week in a row, St. Clair was not allocated any supply of the Pfizer vaccine for first dose appointments. We regret the impact on thousands of South Hills residents who remain in our queue to be scheduled. (1)READ MORE: Pittsburgh Man Gets 15 To 30 Years In 2015 Murder
— St. Clair Hospital (@StClairHospital) March 8, 2021
This doesn’t affect people with second dose appointments.MORE NEWS: Teen Arrested In Homewood South Shooting That Injured 4
The hospital says to keep checking social media for updates.