NAPERVILLE, Ill. (WLS) — Edward Hospital in Naperville was expecting the COVID-19 vaccine to arrive Tuesday, but they just received word that there will be a delay.
Edward Hospital said that their COVID-19 vaccines were delayed Tuesday morning.
The hospital is expected to receive the shipment on Wednesday, according to Keith Hartenberger, an Edward Hospital spokesman.
The 1,950 doses of the vaccine were slated to arrive Tuesday morning.
It is not immediately clear why the vaccines were delayed, Hartenberger said.
Across the suburbs in Cook County, 20,000 doses of Pfizer’s newly authorized vaccine are still expected to arrive Tuesday.
The Cook County Health Department covers 15 hospitals in the suburbs.
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