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California opens vaccinations to everyone 65 and older, as hospitals struggle with COVID-19 surge – San Francisco Chronicle

Californians age 65 and older can start getting vaccinated right away after the state on Wednesday agreed to a major expansion to its coronavirus immunization efforts,…

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Californians age 65 and older can start getting vaccinated right away after the state on Wednesday agreed to a major expansion to its coronavirus immunization efforts, partly in hopes of quelling a raging surge that continues to squeeze hospitals.
The announcement came on the heels of federal guidance Tuesday that states make vaccine doses available to a wide swath of older adults, who are most at risk of becoming seriously ill, needing hospitalization and intensive care, and dying.
But while some…

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