The New Paper

March 10, 2021

Alaska removes coronavirus vaccine eligibility requirements

Alaska became the first state to remove eligibility requirements for coronavirus vaccines yesterday, allowing all individuals age 16 and older who live or work in the state to receive a vaccine. The decision comes amid an ongoing national vaccine campaign, with the White House announcing last week that the US will have enough coronavirus vaccines to inoculate every adult by the end of May.
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