CORONAVIRUS, Health, Washington County

April 5 sees new swaths of Washington County residents eligible for vaccine

Ansu Drammeh, R.N., a cardiovascular intensive care nurse at OHSU, is given the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday, December 16.

Just three days after Governor Kate Brown said a fourth surge of the COVID-19 pandemic was at Oregon’s doorstep, the Oregon Health Authority announced that wide swaths of the population now are eligible to schedule an appointment for a first round of vaccinations.

The list of statewide populations currently eligible for COVID-19 vaccination appointments as of April 5 is lead by frontline workers, which are people whose jobs put them in routine, regular, close contact with people outside of their household and household family members, who also are now are eligible to schedule . . .

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