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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

OC Vaccines Expanded to 65 and Older

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Orange County residents age 65 and older are now able to receive their COVID-19 vaccination following a recommendation by the region’s vaccine task force.

The OC Health Care Agency recently expanded vaccinations to people age 75 and older, a phase that wasn’t slated to begin until February but was accelerated as a result of ICU statistics.

The newest expansion to include those age 65 and older is a further sign of the accelerated vaccine rollout, which started in mid-December in Orange County.

Next, vaccinations are expected to open up to jails; homeless shelters; commercial and residential real estate professions; and critical manufacturing.

The final phase includes most individuals with underlying conditions and government professions.

The county previously said it hopes to vaccinate 70% of the county’s population by early July.

Go here for more updates on how OC companies are responding to coronavirus.

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