Extreme Weather Delays COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

White House COVID-19 response team said about 6 million doses backlogged by harsh weather will be delivered in the coming week.

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GAGE JACKSON: The frigid temperatures have dealt the first major setback to the White House's vaccine rollout plans. Now, the Biden administration is working to make up that lost ground after announcing the weather delayed the distribution of millions of doses. The president visited a Pfizer plant in Michigan, on Friday, as he continues his Midwest campaign supporting his $1.9 trillion COVID relief package. For Newsy, I'm Gage Jackson.