Aiming to boost the slow pace of administering Covid-19 vaccinations, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday that the state has turned to Starbucks for help streamlining logistics and setting a new goal to dole out 45,000 doses a day.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speak out to NBC News’ Stephanie Gosk about their new partnership in an effort to boost access to the vaccine in the state.
Starbucks has assigned 11 employees with expertise in labor and deployment, operations, and research and development to work full time on vaccine distribution in its home state, the company said, adding that the number of employees could change.
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