PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Gov. Tom Wolf was in York, Pennsylvania Thursday morning to talk about vaccine equity and the progress in the commonwealth.

“We’ve begun to receive more vaccine over the last few weeks, we have expanded that roll out we’re reaching more and more Pennsylvanians. But it’s clear as you all know we’re receiving a lot fewer vaccines than we need,” Gov. Wolf said.

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Wolf says the federal government is doing a better job getting doses to Pennsylvania but the supply is still not equal to the demand.

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So far, more than 3 million doses of vaccines have been administered across the commonwealth.

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