Agreement delays vaccine program

An agreement between the Clinton administration and two senators to forgo a central warehouse distribution system will delay a federal initiative to provide free vaccine for children.

The agreement stems from a federal auditors study, released in July, that determined the administration's plan to store and distribute vaccine for the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program could not be implemented by the scheduled Oct. 1 kick-off date without risk to the vaccine supply and availability.

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