Providence health care workers vaccines for COVID-19
Next up are people older than 70; older than 50 and in multi-generational homes
Last updated 1/13/2021 at 3:47pm
As protests create more spreading events and new, more infectious strains of COVID-19 circulate, the state is preparing to enter a new phase for vaccinations.
Two vaccines are circulating to prevent COVID-19: one by Pfizer-BioNTech, and a second by Moderna. Both are a new type of vaccine, called an mRNA vaccine. Neither can give a person the virus. Both require two doses to work.
The first phase was health care workers and people in long-term care. The next is expected to be people over the age of 70, and those older than 50 and living in a multi-generational household. Upcoming phases are here: https://bit.ly/397IxPT.
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