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Santa Clara County residents 75 years or older can now get COVID-19 vaccine – San José Spotlight

Santa Clara County officials announced Wednesday that people who are 75 or older can now get a COVID-19 vaccine. Even though the state released new guidelines encouraging…

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Santa Clara County officials announced Wednesday that people who are 75 or older can now get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Even though the state released new guidelines encouraging everyone 65 and up to get vaccinated, Santa Clara County isn’t there yet it doesnt have enough vaccines yet for people under age 75.
Eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine is determined by state and federal criteria. County officials began first by vaccinating people in Phase 1A, which primarily included health care workers, residents…

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