Dozens of people in New York were asked to get revaccinated for COVID-19 after their past dose was stored at an improper temperature, a report said.
The error impacted 81 of the 1,379 doses distributed at the Jones Beach vaccination site on Long Island last Monday, a state department of health spokesperson told NBC New York.
State health officials said there are no health risks associated with receiving the affected doses, or from revaccination.
Those affected were notified via email of the temperature mix-up, the report said.
“New Yorkers’ health and safety is our top priority, and due to this vaccine’s very specific temperature sensitivity, we have a process in place to identify if any temperature excursions occur,” a state health department spokesperson told the outlet.
“This process worked, allowing us to quickly pinpoint this issue, identify the extremely small number of individuals impacted, and immediately begin taking action.”