Syringe shortages could cause Pfizer vaccine bottlenecks

When Pfizer-BioNTech began shipping its Covid-19 vaccinations in the U.S. in December, pharmacists administering the jabs noticed something special: each vaccine bottle labeled for five doses contained a little more fluid - enough for a sixth Dose. After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted approval, the companies decided that this additional dose would count towards their dose obligations, which means they could manufacture and ship fewer vials. There's just one problem: getting that sixth dose from the vial often requires syringes that are scarce.
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