TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taipei Deputy Mayor Vivian Huang (黃珊珊) said on Wednesday (June 9) that the city has distributed COVID-19 vaccines to some contracted private health clinics and authorized them to administer the jabs, but they still have to abide by the vaccination priority guidelines announced by the central government.
台北（台灣新聞）——台北市副市長黃珊珊週三（6 月 9 日）表示，該市已向一些簽約的私人診所分發 COVID-19 疫苗，並授權他們進行注射，但他們仍然必須遵守 根據中央政府公佈的疫苗接種優先指南。
Huang made the statement in response to media reports that an unidentified clinic in Taipei was open on Tuesday night for members of the public to get their COVID-19 inoculation as a way to dispense the remaining doses the city had. People were reported to have been waiting in line late into the night.
Huang 在回應媒體報導時發表聲明稱，台北一家身份不明的診所於週二晚上開放，供公眾接種 COVID-19 疫苗，以分配該市剩餘的疫苗。 據報導，人們一直在排隊等候到深夜。
distribute v. 分配
acquiesce v. 默認、默許
inoculation n. 接種