State puts seniors next in line for vaccine



MICHAEL COONS/Acorn NewspapersTO THE POINT--Registered nurse Appalachia Sanford  administers the COVID-19 vaccine to a woman at the Ventura County Fairgrounds Jan. 12. People over 65 years of age will be the next big group to get the shot.

California’s senior citizens are going to the head of the line.

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Jan. 13 that the state will allow all residents 65 and older to be the next group to receive the coronavirus vaccine. It puts them ahead of teachers, firefighters...

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