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NCDHHS greenlights vaccines for those 65 and up

Jan. 14. By Dave Vieser. The NC Dept. of Health and Human Service has changed the age limitations for COVID-19 vaccines, now making them available to anyone age 65 and older.

The change conforms with new guidelines announced by the federal government on Tuesday. Federal health officials believe the new age limit will be simpler and make the process go faster.

To review NCDHHS vaccine guidelines, click here.

Under the state’s previous system, people age 75 and older were eligible to get the shots. State officials report that demand for shots has been greater than available supply in most areas.

 

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One Response to “NCDHHS greenlights vaccines for those 65 and up”

  1. Thousands of 75 and older have not been vaccinated yet and the vaccine is in short supply.
    How does it make sense to expand?

    Posted by John Blakely | January 14, 2021, 6:10 pm

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