Florida has reported about 1.6 million total COVID-19 cases, including more than 24,000 deaths.
We’ve known for some time that some of the most vulnerable people are those aged 65 years and older and since Florida has the second-highest proportion of retirement-age residents in the nation this makes getting the COVID-19 vaccine available an imperative.
Joining me today to give an update how hospitals Are Managing to Administer Vaccines to the 65 and Over Population is Justin Senior, Justin is CEO of the Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida.
Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida
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