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Billed as a one-stop shop, California’s $50 million site has instead created nonstop problems. Only 27% of vaccinations booked each day use MyTurn.
CALIFORNIA, USA — This story was originally published by CalMatters.
For months, Alyssa Jenkins logged countless hours on MyTurn, California’s COVID vaccine registration site as she searched for precious appointment slots for her fellow teachers.
“I’d become obsessed,” said Jenkins, who teaches high school English in Pacifica. “I was living in the system.”
When MyTurn debuted in mid-January, it was supposed to be a one-stop shop, a place where every Californian could register to be
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