Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-02-22 08:50:15 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — Tennessee has moved to the next stage of COVID-19 vaccination, adding teachers, nursery teachers, and people over the age of 65. However, individual counties, including Davidson, are moving at different paces.
Metro said it would start vaccinations for people over the age of 65 Further progress in groups over 70 years old. Brian Todd, communications director at Metro Public Health, said Nashville will remain in more than 70 phases for “a few weeks.”
Dr. Lisa Piercy, Tennessee Health Commissioner, said that while the state was focusing on older people in terms of vaccines, they could now expand to Phase 1b, adding teachers, nursery teachers and age 65. He said it would expand beyond the age of.
Dr. Piercy said more than a million people in the state are rolling up their sleeves for shooting.
There are also additions for the next stage of the vaccine. The Ministry of Health said pregnant women can be vaccinated as part of the 1c phase. These women are encouraged to talk to their healthcare providers to make informed decisions about vaccines.
Due to the supply, Tennessees should consult with the local health department to determine where the county is in vaccine distribution. The State Department of Health has launched an online scheduling tool for those who want to make a reservation. Click here for more information..
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