UPPER DARBY, Pa. - A week after representatives from southeastern Pennsylvania counties quarreled with the state health department about limited vaccine allocations, the region is beginning to see some encouraging signs.Over the weekend more than 1,200 eligible residence in Delaware County lined up to get their COVID-19 shot at Upper Darby High School.
This comes after the county's Moderna allotment tripled over the last week, according to state Rep. Mike Zabel. Delaware County was among a handful of heavily populated southeastern counties that felt shortchanged by the state's vaccination distribution system.
A Philadelphia Inquirer report said Delaware County was fifth in population and 53rd in doses per capita. "Finally some of the.