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Alaska makes vaccine available to everyone 16 and older

Alaska makes vaccine available to everyone 16 and older

Mike Dunleavy, the Governor of Alaska announced that the state would make COVID-19 vaccines available to anyone age 16 or older, eliminating eligibility requirements for people who work or live in the state. The new rules are expected to affect nearly 730,000 people. More than 25 percent of Alaskans have received at least one shot, which is second only to New Mexico.

Tom A
Tom A
GB Oz
GB Oz 1 months

Finally. One of the 52 states doing the sensible thing. The rest of the US could learn a lesson in compassion and half a brain.

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