December 3, 2021
Vaccines improperly stored, patients asked to get repeat doses
RIVERSIDE (INT) Health officials are reporting that some people who recently received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at two locations be re-inoculated.

It was disclosed Wednesday that the vaccine was improperly stored and may have lost their potency, but do not pose a danger to those who received it.

The Riverside University Health System (RUHS) determined that 324 people received the Pfizer COVID-19 injections at the Riverside Neighborhood Clinic 7140 Indiana Avenue in Riverside and at the Jurupa Valley Community Health Center at 8876 Mission Blvd.

The injections in Riverside were administered between October 23rd and November 23rd and at the Jurupa Valley venue between October 8th and November 23rd.

While officials recommend that those patients get a repeat dose, they say measures have been implemented to prevent vaccines from being freezer-stored longer than recommended.
Story Date: December 3, 2021
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