COVID-19 vaccines are akin to liquid gold these days. As more people become eligible, the demand continues to outstrip current supply. And while states aim to manage their weekly allotments of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to ensure there are enough shots for second doses, there are scattered reports of snafus and postponed appointments. In Connecticut, as officials have sorted out scheduling system glitches, the Torrington Area Health District, in the state's northwest corner, scrambled to ramp up its capacity to administer shots to residents who struggled to get second-dose appointments. In California, several mass vaccination sites, including Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, have faced temporary closures as they await their weekly shipment of doses. In Princeton, N.J., some seniors have been confused about how to secure second dose appointments after municipal vaccination centers halted operation s due to supply shortages. Though supplies are expected to increase, "it does seem that

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