Improper vaccine storage forces 4,500 to get new shots in Minnesota
About 4,500 patients at three Minnesota clinics must get new vaccinations after monitoring revealed their earlier shots had been improperly refrigerated. Similar problems have been uncovered at other clinics in the state and across the country, largely because of expanded state and federal audits of vaccine storage records.
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