Across the U.S. vaccines have been made accessible via local clinics and pharmacies. Despite that, the country continues to struggle to get a number of Americans vaccinated in various states. It is estimated that there are roughly 28 million Americans who are still hesitant about getting the vaccine. The FDA has also called out Johnson and Johnson to dump 60 million of its vaccines due to the possibility of contamination. In addition, in attempts to help low-income countries stop the spread of the coronavirus, President Biden has pledged to donate 500 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine globally. Cardiologist and Assistant Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine Dr. Luiza Petre and the head of Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State Dr. Julia Swann, joined Cheddar to discuss how officials can work to best distribute vaccines in the most effective way.