RT @AprilEhrlich: So, not as essential as grocery clerks, farmworkers, first responders, etc, but on the same line as linemen, construction…
Interim List of Categories of Essential Workers As part of NIOSH’s efforts to keep stakeholders up to date on the CDC and NIOSH COVID-19 response, an interim list is now available to help... https://t.co/o6u00WXWyU https://t.co/b3Ca9VYgmk #CDC #Essenti
米国とも大きな差のない妥当な基準のように思います。 想定通りに接種が進まない可能性もあると思いますので、願わくば保存期間を過ぎてしまいそうなワクチンは、廃棄するのではなく希望者に打てるシステム作りも期待したいです。 https://t.co/RMGIgLu7Ry
So, not as essential as grocery clerks, farmworkers, first responders, etc, but on the same line as linemen, construction workers, and lawyers. Here's what the CDC has outlined. https://t.co/UcsIzAXVFb /2 https://t.co/mo6e2CaLcV
@AnyFishAnyTime @larrybehrens @GovMLG Except NM changed the priority order from the CDC recommendation. The CDC recommended vaccinating essential community workers before those with risk factors. https://t.co/QrmZRXQNbn
Covid-19 Vaccination Guidelines - CDC Groupings Table and links.
CGVAMC has received 3,600 doses of the vaccine, and 2,901 have been administered to Veterans and employees to date. As recommended by CDC, we continue to schedule Veterans who meet Phase 1b (https://t.co/9UoI7HeF0n...) guidance and those ready for their s
Wouldn't it be nice if every state used the same nomenclature as the federal government? The general public has no idea what's going on with vaccine distribution priorities, and that's partly due to inconsistent messaging.
So, just to level-set, if you're between 16 and 65 in a regular job with no high-risk conditions, there are ~200 million people in front of your group in line for the vaccine. And you're probably not going to be first in your group. We have a long way t
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