Oregon faces short staffing and not enough customers to inject 1 million booster shots

Syringes of the Pfizer vaccine during a COVID-19 vaccine clinic. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)

Oregon officials are still working out details on how they will get 1 million booster doses into the arms of Oregonians by the end of January in the scramble to head off a feared surge of the omicron variant.

Gov. Kate Brown announced the ambitious goal just last Friday after getting . . .

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