Government

25 US States Want to ‘Prioritize’ Non-Whites for Vaccines

The Grind:
Twenty-five out of all 50 states have “committed to a focus on racial and ethnic communities” when deciding who should receive the coronavirus vaccine first.

According to our analysis, 25 states have committed to a focus on racial and ethnic communities as they decided which groups should be prioritized in receiving a coronavirus vaccine dose.

“According to our analysis, 25 states have committed to a focus on racial and ethnic communities as they decided which groups should be prioritized in receiving a coronavirus vaccine dose,” tweeted Jon Levine.

The Details:
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has asked all American states to look at possible critical and vulnerable groups in order to prioritize them for the novel coronavirus vaccine, which has started to ship within the US as of Dec. 13, and have mentioned ethnic and minority communities as being good candidates for early delivery of the vaccine.

Twelve of the 25 states which have specifically targeted communities of color for receiving the vaccine on a priority bases have gone as far as working with healthcare companies which are based in areas with large minority populations.

For example, Michigan has stated that minority status and native language could be factors determining how quickly one can have access to the vaccine. Read more…

Related posts

10 Examples of Joe Biden’s History of Racially Charged Conduct and Comments

brettafarley

Department of Homeland Security Under Obama Scanned Five States’ Election Systems in 2016

brettafarley

NY Stock Exchange Begins Delisting Securities of China Telecom Companies, Following Trump’s Order

brettafarley

Leave a Comment