How doctors are teaming up with 'vaccine hunters'

Ordinary citizens in the US are using technology to ensure left-over COVID-19 vaccines don't go to waste

Say what you like about the US healthcare system (there’s a lot that can be said), but it has managed to get more than 130 million COVID-19 vaccine doses into people’s arms.

At least a small proportion of those are because of groups calling themselves ‘vaccine hunters’.

These hunters target vaccine doses left over from cancelled appointments.

Sometimes they physically hang around clinics; sometimes they just keep an eye on online booking sites.

While some hunters are looking to get themselves a vaccine,