Transcript for Mega-vaccination sites open across Los Angeles County
tonight over the vaccine in this country, from New York to Michigan to California, concern over how slow the vaccinations have gone and New York City's mayor tonight saying the city will be out of the vaccine by week's end. ABC's Kaylee Hartung on that part of the story tonight. Reporter: Tonight, Kathleen Dragovich among the first to line up at this vaccination site in Long Beach. With this shot, she's one step closer to seeing her 91-year-old mother who she hasn't seen in over a year. How do you feel? I feel like I'm part of the solution. So, I feel great. Reporter: Mega sites, that can vaccinate thousands a day, opening up across L.A. County today. The incoming CDC director detailing President-Elect Biden's vision to give 100 million doses in his first 100 days. These will be community vaccination centers. They will be mobile vans. Reporter: Until then, states getting creative. Connecticut transforming an old runway into the state's largest drive-thru vaccination center. And Washington state turning to Starbucks and Costco to help boost distribution. But as more sites open up across the country, the supply of shots is quickly running out. State of Michigan had a shortfall of about 50,000 vaccines. Reporter: Without more shipments this week, New York City may have to start canceling appointments. We will have, literally, nothing left to give as of Friday. Reporter: Back in Long Beach, mayor Robert Garcia's mission to get his city vaccinated is deeply personal. His mother and step-father both died of covid over the summer. I don't want people to go through, like, what I went and so, I just know that every vaccine to me is like someone's life being saved. Reporter: The mayor says he's spoken to the Biden administration and they understand there need to be changes to the distribution bro sesz. Kaylee, thank you. Coming up, the fires
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