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All American adults are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine: how to find a shot

American adults from all 50 states, as well as Colombia and Puerto Rico, are now eligible for it. Coronavirus vaccine As of Monday, meeting President Biden’s goal of April 19 eligibility.

Mr. Biden set a target for April 19 earlier this month, although most states had already extended eligibility to all adults. The US is surpassing Mr Biden’s updated goal of providing 200 million shots in office by its 100th day, despite the federal government’s decision to stop Genre & Johnson’s vaccine, reducing the number of women shot. Blood clot disorder was developed. Dr. Anthony Fauci told CBS News’s “Face the Nation” on Sunday They hope to see whether to resume that particular vaccine by Friday.

“If you’re over the age of 16, it’s your turn to get vaccinated where you live,” COVID-19 senior advisor Andy Slavitt said during a briefing on Monday.

But while more than 50% of adults have received at least one shot, the demand for vaccines and the supply of personnel to administer the shot is out. But as more pharmacies come online and as Pfizer and Modern Vaccine continue to be produced, these challenges are becoming less frequent.

And soon, the vaccine will be a major problem with hesitation supplies. The Biden administration is trying to overcome the hesitation of vaccines by working with faith leaders and leaders in other specific communities to try to reach out to hesitating Americans.

Slavitt urged Americans to reach out to their family and friends to see what they could do to help them get vaccinated.

The US has greatly accelerated the pace of vaccination in the last few months. But Centers for Disease Control director Rochelle Wallensky warned on Monday that the US is in a “complex” phase of the epidemic, as cases and hospitals are still on the rise in some areas and changes are continuing.

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