(Bismarck, ND) — A state audit released yesterday is revealing issues with the storage of thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses in North Dakota. Officials say the North Dakota Health Department stored the doses at either the wrong temperature or without temperature data over the past two years. The analysis says nearly two-thousand Moderna doses were stored incorrectly and were administered to patients. The health department is disputing the results, saying no non-viable vaccines were given to patients. No recommendations for re-vaccination have been issued.
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