Pennsylvania’s governor says the state’s accelerating vaccine rollout is “winning” the race to contain a spike in cases and hospitalizations.

State officials are pushing people to get inoculated against COVID-19 as soon as possible, saying vaccines will be what end the pandemic.

The state has shown little appetite for new mitigation measures to address the latest surge in infections and hospitalizations.

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Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday that an increasing vaccine supply has put Pennsylvania in a much different position than it was in November when the state and the rest of the country were heading into the pandemic’s darkest period.