There’s good news on vaccine availability for states like Minnesota that are at the head of the pack on vaccination rates.  Governor Tim Walz says the

White House has changed their vaccine allocations:

“States that are doing like Minnesota is doing can now request above their allotted amount.”

Walz says potentially by June, Minnesota could have 70 percent of those either 12 years and older — or 16 years and above vaccinated, depending on C-D-C guidelines:

“I think Minnesotans should start assuming that they’re going to have a very normal-looking summer.”

Walz adds the day is really close when there will be more vaccine available than people to take it.