SEATTLE (AP) — While the state struggles to bolster its vaccination distribution, the Washington Department of Health has started reporting its most updated vaccination numbers on its daily COVID-19 data dashboard. The state’s goal is to reach 45,000 vaccine doses per day, Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday, promising to add new vaccination sites, mobilize thousands of workers and make everyone 65 and over immediately eligible. But there is also pushback from the health community to Inslee’s plan for meeting the new goal. Instead of waiting for vaccines to arrive before making appointments, providers should operate on the assumption that more supplies are coming and cancel appointments if necessary. The Washington State Hospital Association says cancelling appointments would undermine confidence.