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What's Behind The Slowing Demand For COVID-19 Vaccines?

The average number of people getting their first or single COVID-19 vaccine shots has fallen by about 50% since the peak in mid-April. Supply is beginning to outstrip demand in some places.

Derek Thompson, staff writer for The Atlantic, gives some possible explanations for why this slowdown is happening.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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