CDC Outlines Who Should Be Among First In US To Receive Any COVID-19 Vaccine.

September 3, 2020

McClatchy (9/3, Lin) reports the CDC has “outlined who should be among the first people in the United States to get a coronavirus vaccine” in a guidance issued “to officials in all 50 states about the possibility of rolling out a vaccine by late October or early November.” The article adds, “Healthcare professionals, essential workers, national security populations and long-term care residents and staff should be first in line, according to the CDC.” Meanwhile, “CDC Director Robert Redfield in a letter to governors this week urged states to prepare a “fully operational” plan for distributing vaccines.”

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