Troy University is still waiting to hear when it will get doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Troy University had been told that it could receive does of the vaccine as early as the first week of February but vaccine never came.
While other universities in the state have received doses of the vaccine Troy University has not and it is still unknown if or when that will happen.
The state opened new mass distribution centers across Alabama and university officials feel that the vaccine doses that were supposed to come to TROY may have been redistributed to those centers.
“The state felt that they could reach more citizens if they created these mass vaccination events,” says Senior Vice Chancellor Lance Tatum. “So that would require them to take the dosages that would have been intended for TROY to be then distributed to Dothan, Montgomery and other parts of the state.”
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