Omaha, Nebraska 2021-02-23 23:11:02 –
Omaha, Nebraska (KMTV) — Coming Soon 7% of Douglas County population Has completed the COVID-19 vaccination process, but many are still asking many questions about the vaccine and how effective it is in the general public.
How quickly was the COVID-19 vaccine prepared?
Keep in mind that this technology has been around for 20 years, according to experts.
“When the COVID-19 infection began, they were able to take advantage of this technology that already existed, and with a lot of money and resources, they had billions of dollars and resources to expedite this research. I put it in, “said Dr. Renuga Vivekanandan. A person who specializes in infectious diseases at CHI Health.
Why are our loved ones in an existing state Are you no longer eligible for the vaccine?
“We’re going to do that in the age category,” said Danette Smith. CEO of Nebraska DHHS.. “It’s easier for us to manage the process and get vaccinated as many people as possible.”
When will educators have access to the vaccine?
Dr. Adi Pool, Douglas County Health DirectorThe reservation will be available on Millard’s site on Wednesday and Thursday and at Creighton University on Saturday.
“Priority is set by the school district that prioritizes who is the oldest and who has the most contact with students,” says Pour.
How easy was it for people with disabilities, language barriers, or simply computer illiteracy to apply for a vaccine?
“I know some people have problems when they deploy the software, so we’ve added a language line and some people who can answer questions,” Smith said.
Nebraska Vaccine Hotline: 833-998-2275
Local hotline number: 531-249-1873
Charles Drew Health Center: 402-451-3553
DHHS says it will add a Spanish website to make sign-up more accessible.
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