Vaccines are available to all state citizens over 16 years old
Let the adults across the state be given the new crown vaccine, and Alaska takes the lead. Republican Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced on the evening of the 9th that any state citizen who has reached the age of 16 can use it immediately if he wishes. As long as you live or work in Alaska, you are eligible.
Dunleavy stated in a Twitter statement on the 9th: “From now on, Alaska will become the first state in the United States that allows all people over the age of 16 to be vaccinated.” He said: “For our efforts to overcome the epidemic, this is going forward. An important step forward.”
At the end of February this year, Dunleavy’s office announced that 59-year-old Dunleavy was diagnosed with the new crown virus with mild symptoms. He was quarantined at his home in Wasilla, north of Anchorage, and worked remotely.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) emergency authorization to use the Pfizer vaccine, the minimum age for vaccination is 16 years old. The Moderna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson vaccine can be administered to people over 18 years of age.
Up to now, most of the states in the United States are still in the stage of providing vaccines to the public in batches. From the initial provision to medical staff and first responders in the front line of the epidemic, it has gradually expanded to the elderly, people with latent causes, and necessary vaccines. Industry employees, public and private school teachers, etc.
According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Alaska is the most commonly administered state in the U.S. in terms of vaccine delivery per 100,000 population. For every 100,000 people in the state, 41376 have been vaccinated. vaccine. Among other states, only New Mexico has completed vaccination with more than 40,000 people per 100,000 population.
According to Johns Hopkins University (Johns Hopkins University) epidemic tracking statistics, since the emergence of the new crown epidemic in the United States, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Alaska has only been close to 60,000, ranking 46th among all states in the United States.
Also, there are a total of 291 deaths from the epidemic in Alaska, of which only 38 cases occurred after February 1 this year. Among the states in the United States, only Vermont has fewer deaths from the epidemic than Alaska.
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