CVS pharmacies in Florida vaccinate teachers under the age of 50, despite the age limits for recipients of vaccines imposed by the state.
The chain said it was following new guidelines from the Biden administration, The Associated Press reported. He also began vaccinating day and preschool teachers.
“We agreed with the updated guidelines of the Federal Retail Program by making meetings available to pre-K through 12 teachers and staff in child care facilities in all 17 states where we currently offer COVID-19 vaccines. said The Hill in a statement.
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The state is currently prioritizing vaccines for K-12 school staff aged 50 or over, residents over the age of 65, and people under the age of 65 who are considered medically vulnerable by a doctor.
President BidenJoe Biden Intercept Bureau Chief: Minimum Wage Was Not a “High Priority” for Biden in COVID-19 Relief The South Carolina Senate adds shooting as an alternative method of execution. in Tuesday calls on states to give priority to teachers for vaccinations against COVID-19, with the aim that each teacher should receive at least one dose by the end of March. He promised to use “the full power of the federal government” to guide states in setting teachers’ priorities.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on his website that the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program will give priority to teachers and school staff before K-12 and child care programs in March.