advertisement advertisement advertisement Now that multiple vaccines are rushing toward production, it’s psychologically safe to see a light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, and ask some questions about when and how a vaccine might come your way. Here, we’ll try to answer a few vaccine-related questions you may be having: advertisement advertisement Who gets the vaccine first? Not you. Unless, that is, you are a healthcare worker or resident of a long-term care facility. They go first. Nursing home residents have made up 6% of COVID-19 cases but 40% of deaths, according to The New York Times. So how long until laypeople get vaccinated? Technically speaking, state heath departments can vaccinate whomever they want in whatever order they choose, and our country has some states that follow the beats of their own very special drummers. On Tuesday, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention panel voted 13-1 to prioritize healthcare workers and long-term care residents, and many states will follow the CDC guidelines. (13-1? Who the heck did the dissenter want to receive vaccines first?* We digress.) Okay, so how long until I get my vaccine? Reasonably, in at least three months, and likely four to six months. The… Read full this story
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