Wyoming announced on Wednesday that residents who are at least 16 years old are now eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in the state. New Mexico, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, Washington and Kentucky also participated in the competition.
As health officials warn that coronavirus cases may surge for the fourth time, more than 40 states have now accelerated vaccination efforts.
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Kentucky will provide vaccines to residents 16 years and older and Washington State on April 5th It will be the same as April 15.
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee said at a news conference on Wednesday: “We are concerned about the trends that the entire state is seeing, and we must be cautious.” “Opening up full qualifications will help fight the A tool for viruses.”
President Biden called on the states earlier this month to open the eligibility for all adults before May 1. On Monday, he instructed his coronavirus response team to ensure that by April 19, there will be a vaccination site within five miles of 90% of Americans’ homes. .
According to a recent poll conducted by the Caesars Family Foundation, the number of Americans who have been vaccinated or want to be vaccinated, especially black Americans, has greatly increased since January. The investigation also found that Republicans and white evangelical Christians are still skeptical about getting the virus vaccine.
Ms. Noem, the Republican who leads the Republican majority state, admitted these concerns on Wednesday.
She said: “The government will never ask you to buy vaccines.” “We will trust our employees to do the right thing.”