Gov. Wolf on vaccine distribution: 'We need to improve, there's no question about it'

Gov. Tom Wolf speaks during his press conference at PA CareerLink in York Tuesday, July 28, 2020.
Gov. Tom Wolf speaks during his press conference at PA CareerLink in York Tuesday, July 28, 2020. Photo credit © Bill Kalina via Imagn Content Services, LLC

PITTSBURGH (100.1 FM and AM 1020 KDKA) - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said the state has to do better with its vaccine distribution efforts during the KDKA Radio Morning Show on Tuesday.

"We need to improve, there's no question about it. Again, as I've said before, the chief constraint is the supply," said Gov. Wolf.

Wolf said 100% of the commonwealth's nursing homes and long-term care facilities have received the first dose of the vaccine.

When it comes to administered vaccines, Pennsylvania is still below average.

"Just to give you some sense of how things are going right now, in the United States, the percentage of allocated doses that have actually been used up to this point is 84%. Pennsylvania is at 77%," Wolf said.

You can listen to the interview below to learn more.