Nebraska Getting 2nd Shipment Of Pfizer Vaccine Next Week After All

      Nebraska will get 11,900 additional doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine this coming week that will be used to treat residents and employees at the state’s long-term care facilities. 

       The announcement Friday by Gov. Pete Ricketts came just days after state officials said they weren’t expecting any shipments from the company  because of unspecified “logistical hiccups.”

       Other states have reported similar problems, but Pfizer issued a statement saying it wasn’t having any production or distribution issues.