LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — According to a tweet by Nevada Health Response, there may be a delay of vaccine delivery to Nevada because of severe weather in other parts of the country.
The State received word some vaccine deliveries may be delayed in arriving this week due to severe storms across the country. Our team is monitoring closely & working with health districts & pharmacies that may be affected. We ask Nevadans to continue to be patient at this time.— @NVHealthResponse (@NVHealthRespon1) February 15, 2021
The Pfizer vaccines are mostly shipped from their primary site in Kalamazoo, Michigan, directly to the point of use.
The Moderna vaccine is being shipped from its distribution centers in Olive Branch, Mississippi, and outside Louisville, Kentucky.
The tweet asks everyone to be patient.