Broward County, Florida – On Friday, Broward Health announced that it will soon provide a COVID-19 vaccine for people with cancer and pulmonary fibrosis, pregnant women, obesity or smokers.
The first appointment available quickly ran out. Broward Health spokesperson Jennifer Smith (Jennifer Smith) said that patients belonging to one of the 18 high-risk groups will be able to make an appointment for the vaccine as soon as possible.
“We encourage the community to check BrowardHealth.org frequently for updates on when more vaccines are available,”
Other eligible diseases include asthma, cancer, cerebrovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cystic fibrosis, Down syndrome, heart disease, high blood pressure or hypertension, immune deficiency, liver disease, nervous system Diseases, pulmonary fibrosis, sickle cell, thalassemia and diabetes.
Broward Health believes that only those who are pregnant, have just given birth or have cancer need a doctor’s note.
For more information on Broward Health’s vaccination campaign and the latest information on vaccine availability, please visit this page.
Ian Margol, the top ten local news reporter, contributed to this report.
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