Губернатор Тим Уолц объявил сегодня, что Миннесота будет вакцинировать не менее 70% миннесотцев в возрасте 65 лет и старше, прежде чем распространить право на участие в других группах, и намерен достичь этой цели к концу марта.
После того, как 70% пожилых людей штата получат вакцину, Миннесота расширит право на вакцинацию в зависимости от основных заболеваний и риска воздействия на рабочем месте. Миннесота будет продвигаться вперед с этапами определения права на вакцины на основе научных данных, медицинских данных и федеральных указаний:
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