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A sign at Michigan State University directs people to a vaccination site. The university is one of an increasing number to require on-campus students to be vaccinated. Anna Nichols/AP hide caption

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Linn County Emergency Manager Neva Anderson and her husband, Erik Anderson, say they've never wasted a shot, but it's getting harder to find people who want a COVID-19 vaccination. Katia Riddle/Katia Riddle hide caption

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Oregon Public Health Workers Race To Vaccinate 'Extreme Risk' Counties

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People wait for COVID-19 vaccinations in their vehicles at the Fairplex fairgrounds in Pomona, Calif., last month. The White House announced on Friday that active duty military personnel will soon be deployed to assist at vaccination sites, starting this month in California. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Dr. Lorraine MacDonald (right), the medical examiner in Rutherford County, Tenn., talks to a public health worker giving shots at the county's mass vaccination site, located in an old State Farm operations center. MacDonald says if people are able to sign up online, and their cars make it to the front of the line, health workers don't question whether they qualify. Blake Farmer / WPLN News hide caption

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