April 16, 2021
Health News

Confusion lingers for Floridians under 65 who might now be eligible for vaccine – Wink News

K-12 school employees, sworn law enforcement officers and firefighters 50 years and older can start getting the coronavirus vaccine in Florida.
But confusion lingers Tuesday among those under 65 who doctors say are extremely vulnerable.
The governor announced people at high risk, for example people with cancer or diabetes, can also get the vaccine starting Wednesday.
But they need their doctor to fill out a Florida Department of Health form; however, the form doesn’t exist yet.
We asked Publix if…

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