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The first three are already open, while the clinic in Fuquay-Varina will begin next week, and the one in Zebulon will start the week of May 24. Officials also will continue rotating clinics through area parks in the coming weeks. North Carolina received 22 percent fewer vaccine doses this week, as officials order less to better match the demand. Nearly half of adults in North Carolina have gotten at least one dose of vaccine, and 42 percent are fully vaccinated, according to state Department of Health and Human Services data. But after weeks of rapid increases in those percentages, the growth in the vaccination rate has slowed to a crawl lately. With demand for shots declining, Wake County has started to allow walk-ins at its clinics, so people no longer have to sign up for an appointment. Unused doses have started to pile up at places like Hayes Barton Pharmacy in Raleigh. "We've just got to find arms for it," pharmacist Brent Talley said. We’re just trying to get everyone vaccinated that wants a vaccine. Talley said he hopes to give 600 shots on Thursday at Hayes Barton Baptist Church. We are trying to make it as easy as possible," he said. Calls to request vaccination appointments have slowed since the federal health officials briefly paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine last month over a rare blood clotting disorder in about a dozen women who had gotten the vaccine. "I think that whole news just created a lot of hesitancy, not just about the Johnson & Johnson, but I think about everything," he said. "If anyone was on the fence, I think it has at least kept them on the fence about getting them." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U. Food and Drug Administration have since given the green light for providers to resume using the vaccine. Jury said Wake County expects an uptick in demand when the FDA authorizes the Pfizer vaccine for youths ages 12 to 15, which is expected next week. More than 60,000 youths in Wake County fall into that category. The first three are already open, while the clinic in Fuquay-Varina will begin next week, and the one in Zebulon will start the week of May 24. Officials also will continue rotating clinics through area parks in the coming weeks. North Carolina received 22 percent fewer vaccine doses this week, as officials order less to better match the demand. Nearly half of adults in North Carolina have gotten at least one dose of vaccine, and 42 percent are fully vaccinated, according to state Department of Health and Human Services data. But after weeks of rapid increases in those percentages, the growth in the vaccination rate has slowed to a crawl lately. With demand for shots declining, Wake County has started to allow walk-ins at its clinics, so people no longer have to sign up for an appointment. Unused doses have started to pile up at places like Hayes Barton Pharmacy in Raleigh. "We've just got to find arms for it," pharmacist Brent Talley said. We’re just trying to get everyone vaccinated that wants a vaccine. Talley said he hopes to give 600 shots on Thursday at Hayes Barton Baptist Church. We are trying to make it as easy as possible," he said. Calls to request vaccination appointments have slowed since the federal health officials briefly paused the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine last month over a rare blood clotting disorder in about a dozen women who had gotten the vaccine. "I think that whole news just created a lot of hesitancy, not just about the Johnson & Johnson, but I think about everything," he said. "If anyone was on the fence, I think it has at least kept them on the fence about getting them." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U. Food and Drug Administration have since given the green light for providers to resume using the vaccine. Jury said Wake County expects an uptick in demand when the FDA authorizes the Pfizer vaccine for youths ages 12 to 15, which is expected next week. More than 60,000 youths in Wake County fall into that category.

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