Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced that everyone can register for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 18. The vaccine has been approved and is suitable for anyone 16 years and older.
Starting Monday, certain personal health areas may be open to the public.
Anyone currently registered in group 1A, 1B, or 1C will shoot before April 17, and then extend their qualifications to everyone.
The government has expanded the vaccination qualifications for all adults. This is an important milestone in our ongoing efforts to eliminate this epidemic. I thank all public health personnel, medical staff, and vaccinations who have helped achieve this goal. And volunteers. Northam said.
The governor’s office stated that more than one-third of adults received at least one dose of the COVID-1
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