‘Frontline’ Essential Workers, Persons 75 Years And Older Prioritized For Second Phase Of COVID Vaccination
Essential workers who cannot work remotely and have high levels of interaction with the public, and individuals ≥75 years old, should get vaccinated ahead of those 65-74 years old and those with comorbid conditions, CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends.
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