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West Virginia governor on vaccine success: ‘It's not rocket science, but you've got to move’

February 1, 2021 | 8:40 PM GMT
West Virginia has emerged as a success in the nation's otherwise chaotic coronavirus vaccine rollout. Gov. Jim Justice says the state took a "real practical approach" to its vaccine distribution by bringing vaccines to the people instead of trying to bring residents to the vaccine. The state is using mom-and-pop pharmacies to distribute shots instead of chain stores. They’ve also put the National Guard to work. "We saved a lot of lives here. It's not rocket science, but you've got to move."