Divvying up doses: How Michigan’s race, income factors impact vaccine allotments across the state

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Michigan’s 10 most populous counties collectively received about 3,400 fewer first doses of COVID-19 vaccine last week after the state applied a formula that factors in race, poverty, housing and other social vulnerabilities instead of allocating vaccine doses by share of population.

Michigan’s 10 most populous counties collectively received about 3,400 fewer first doses of COVID-19 vaccine last week after the state applied a formula that factors in race, poverty, housing and other social vulnerabilities instead of allocating vaccine doses by share of population.

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