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Health officials urge prioritizing older adults amid COVID-19 vaccine shortages

Original post made on Feb 4, 2021

The scarcity of COVID-19 vaccine doses in the Bay Area has caused health officials to urge all health care providers to prioritize injections for residents ages 65 and up because of the virus' high mortality rate among older people.

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