New York Times: See How the Vaccine Rollout Is Going in Your State

New York Times: See How the Vaccine Rollout Is Going in Your State. “The New York Times surveyed all 50 states and found that 43 states and Washington, D.C., have begun giving shots to older people. Many of those states initially offered vaccines only to medical workers and nursing home residents. And 39 states and Washington, D.C., have expanded their occupation-based vaccination programs to include some non-medical workers, such as police officers, teachers, grocery store employees or others at risk of being exposed to the virus on the job. The sudden expansion of vaccine eligibility has caused problems as states sought to increase capacity and people tried to figure out how to sign up for appointments. The table below, which will be updated regularly but may lag slightly, shows who is eligible for vaccination in each state.”

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