At-Risk Doctor Deals with Vaccine Shortage in Maine

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NPR's Noah Adams talks with Sean McCloy, a family doctor in Portland, Maine, about how his clinic is handling the flu vaccine shortage. Maine will soon exhaust its supply of the vaccine, and thousands of high-risk patients — including Dr. McCloy himself — may not get vaccinated.

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