SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13/AP) — California says it’s safe to resume using a batch of coronavirus vaccine after some people fell ill and a halt to injections was recommended.

The decision frees up more than 300,000 doses to counties, cities and hospitals struggling to obtain supplies.

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The state Department of Public Health on Sunday urged a pause in using a specific lot of the Moderna vaccine. That came after fewer than 10 people had possible allergic reactions after receiving shots at a San Diego vaccination site. Officials say six people who got the vaccine at a mass vaccination site when into shock.

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But the state’s epidemiologist says a safety review found “no scientific basis to continue the pause” and shots can resume immediately.

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