Thousands of Kaiser patients may have received less than full dose of Covid vaccine - SFBay
Nearly 4,000 Kaiser patients may have received slightly less than the recommended dose of their Covid-19 vaccination last fall at Kaiser Permanente's Walnut Creek Medical Center, the health care provider said Monday.
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