Study finds 60% of Americans don't know where or when to get a Covid-19 vaccine

People wait to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in a parking lot at Disneyland Resort on January 13.

(CNN)About 6 in 10 Americans don't know when or where to get a coronavirus vaccine, according to a survey released Friday from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

This comes after reports that President Joe Biden's administration must start from scratch with federal plans for distribution, having been left little to no framework from former President Donald Trump and his team.
"The Biden administration has been left with a huge challenge on vaccine administration. Most Americans don't know when or where they can get a vaccine, including older Americans who are already eligible to get a vaccine in a growing number of states," KFF President and CEO Drew Altman said.