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CDC advisory committee discusses who should get first vaccine doses

The committee generally agreed that health-care workers should get the first doses of vaccine because of the risks to them and their patients and because they play a crucial role in fighting the coronavirus. Vulnerable long-term care residents also are in this first group, though members debated their situation at some length. Essential workers, including food, education, and energy workers, as well a police and firefighters, should be in the second priority group because these workers often don’t have luxury of working from home and tend to be racially and demographically diverse

https://www.inquirer.com/health/coronavirus/acip-cdc-advisory-committee-covid-19-coronavirus-vaccine-20201123.html 

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