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In push to get more vaccines into arms, officials recommend states give to anyone 65 and up

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In push to get more vaccines into arms, officials recommend states give to anyone 65 and up

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States should expand access to Covid-19 vaccines to everyone 65 and older, as well as any adult with an underlying health condition that might raise the risk for complications of Covid-19, members of Operation Warp Speed recommended Tuesday.

The guidelines are intended to prompt faster distribution of the vaccines by making more people immediately eligible for vaccination, as well as expanding the potential locations where people can receive it. Of the more than 25 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine that have been delivered nationwide, just under 9 million shots had been put into Americans' arms as of Tuesday, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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NBCNews

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04/04/2021

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09/25/2021

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01/12/2021

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