Critics say the new approach won't address underlying problems some states are having with vaccine rollout.
It may turn out to be quite bumpy.
If you are a restaurant worker in Washington, D.C., you will be eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination in February.
And that's if vaccine distribution stays on track, David Malpass says.
Pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens have to consider storage requirements, more staffing and store layout for vaccine distribution.
Latinx and Black participants are underrepresented in typical clinical vaccine trials.
Retailers are increasing shipping fees while fielding more calls from customers, asking, "Where's my package?"
The question is whether there’s enough dry ice to store and transport vaccine to neighborhoods and remote places.