"Despite all this, vaccine rates still fall short of desirable goals, such as those outlined in the Healthy People 2020 national initiative.7 Although the CDC and APhA promote the “immunization neighborhood” concept, meaning all appropriate professions should coordinate, communicate, and collaborate to increase immunization rates, challenges are still evident for pharmacies.8 One major factor is the variability in state laws and regulations that govern vaccine administration by pharmacists.5 Significant regulation differences limit which vaccines are permitted, which age groups of patients can be immunized, and which practice model pharmacists may operate under.9"
Xavioer S, Goad J. Authority and scope of vaccination: How states differ. Pharmacy Times. . Published June 22, 2017.