Wed Apr 21, 2021

Editorial: When we got more vaccine, county residents responded

John Young, CEO of Columbus Regional Healthcare System, left, and Pharmacy Director George Floyd unpack the hospital’s first shipment of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine that arrived Dec. 21, 2020. Staff photo by Justin Smith

Slowly but surely, Columbus County is increasing the number of residents who have taken the coronavirus vaccine. That’s thanks largely to an increased supply, with the county rising from 95th to 64th out of 100 counties when it comes to residents per dose. 

The county received only an average of

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