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Distribution of vaccines on campuses has sparked debate about whether students and faculty should be getting the shots.
In Austin, as well as at distribution hubs in San Antonio and Dallas, vaccine operations have been paused again Wednesday.
Behavioral economists say there could be unintended consequences. And rewarding vaccinations remains legally murky.
Large sports facilities across the country are handling a new kind of crowd: people looking to get inoculated against COVID-19.
But it's not as easy as just showing up at a store and expecting to get a shot.
Especially the elderly and marginalized communities.
States like Tennessee are learning about the perils of scheduling vaccinations while vaccine supply is unpredictable.
The 27-nation bloc is battling with manufacturers over its spot in the priority list for receiving COVID vaccines.