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Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution Plans

Residents and staff at long-term care facilities will be prioritized

At a Tuesday press conference, Gov Cooper and Secretary Cohen discussed in detail North Carolina’s vaccine distribution plan. The first shipment will be about 85,000 doses, Cohen said. Those will go entirely to healthcare workers in high-risk settings of treating COVID-19 patients or cleaning up around them, which includes clinical workers and janitorial staff. Residents and staff at long-term care facilities and those at risk for severe illness also will be prioritized.

Read more and watch the governor's announcement here.

The HHS Pharmacy Partnership Program will enable long-term care residents and staff members to be vaccinated against COVID-19 free of charge to them when a vaccine becomes available. Read our previous announcement on this here.

 
 

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