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Long-Term-Care Residents and Health Workers Should Get Vaccine First, C.D.C. Panel Says – The New York Times

The C.D.C. director will decide by Wednesday whether to accept the recommendation. States aren’t required to follow it, but most are expected to.

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So very quickly, we start having more than 150 million doses a month in March, April, May, he added. He and other federal officials have said that the general public is likely to be able to be vaccinated by May or June.
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