St. Clair Hospital not allocated supply of Pfizer vaccine for 3rd week in a row
PITTSBURGH — St. Clair Hospital in Pittsburgh announced Monday that for a third week in a row, it was not allocated any supply of the Pfizer vaccine for first dose appointments.
“We regret the impact on thousands of South Hills residents who remain in our queue to be scheduled, including some of the most vulnerable residents of senior living facilities in the area. We will reschedule these appointments as soon as we are resupplied,” a post on the hospital’s website said.
St. Clair Hospital said patients who have second dose appointments scheduled for this week are unaffected.