Tue Mar 2, 2021

State prisons have been COVID-19 hotspots, but elderly inmates are still waiting on vaccines

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People age 75 and older, including those incarcerated, are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. But despite outbreaks in two state prisons located in Columbus County, inmates there have yet to receive a vaccine, and there’s no clear timeline of when they will. 

The current vaccine phase, Phase 1B

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