• The US coronavirus vaccine rollout is off to a slow start as states struggle with logistical challenges.
  • Public-health experts worry the next round of vaccinations, for the elderly and essential workers, will be even more chaotic.
  • Several state health departments told Business Insider they are still sorting out the logistics of who gets vaccinated next and how that process will transpire.
  • It’s unclear whether individuals will need appointments. But distributing vaccines on a first-come, first-served basis could lead to long lines and health hazards.      Continue reading