Gov. Janet Mills today, Jan. 13, announced and updated coronavirus vaccination plan to begin vaccinating Mainers over 70, police and firefighters.
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Gov. Mills says the state will soon start vaccinating Mainers 70 and older against the coronavirus along with police, firefighters and anyone with high-risk medical conditions.
Posted by WGME CBS 13 News, Portland on Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Gov. Mills expanded Phase 1B vaccine eligibility (likely starting late-Jan or early-Feb) to Mainers age 70 and older and those with high-risk medical conditions. Mills also bumped up vaccines for police & firefighters to Phase 1A:https://t.co/w6EFJsdM5w via @PPHEricRussell
— Kevin Miller (@KevinMillerPPH) January 13, 2021
Governor Mills releases updated COVID-19 vaccination plans https://t.co/8kh3h6nVRY
— WABI_TV5 (@WABI_TV5) January 13, 2021