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Nick
Nick
1 month ago

In the earlier draft it had the 65 and up to be eligible for the vaccine after the high-risk and healthcare. But in this final draft it shows 70 and up is in the B-1 tier and 65-69 is not even listed yet, and to be considered sometime in the future tiers May to December. Why wasn’t the 65-69 ages at least put into one of the other tiers like B-3?

Eliza
Eliza
1 month ago

Why are healthy 51 year olds living in a multigenerational households prioritized over 69 year olds with heart disease? Heart disease has one of the highest death rates of all of the comorbidities. I still had children at home when I was 51. Would having children at home be called a multigenerational household?

Multigenerational households with one member with a comorbidity or over 60 to 65 would be prioritizing those most likely to die from COVID.

Teri
Teri
1 month ago

When will 68 year olds get the vaccine? It seems like 65-69 has been left off completely and will need to wait to get their vaccination with the rest of the population. This seems odd since research shows that we in that age group are likely to have severe consequences if we get the virus.