A guide to helping boomers sign up for their COVID vaccine

A guide to helping boomers sign up for their COVID vaccine

Seniors over 65 can now receive the COVID in many states, but navigating sites to actually sign up for a vaccination appointment can be challenging for the less tech savvy.

At least 10.6 million people in the United States have received one dose of either the or Moderna vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Both require a second dose three to four weeks after the initial dose. Per CDC guidelines, healthcare workers and nursing home residents are among the first recipients.

From there, vaccine distribution varies state to state, but CDC guidelines recommend vaccinating frontline essential workers like first responders, teachers, grocery store workers, and prison guards, as well as adults over the age of 75. The CDC then recommends vaccinating adults between 65 and 74 and anyone with preexisting conditions next, before finally distributing the vaccine to the general population.  Read more…

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