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7 things to know about Michigan’s expansion of vaccine eligible to ages 50 and older – MLive.com

Starting this month, Michigan will allow residents 50 to 64 years old to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

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Michigan is expanding vaccine eligibility this month to include residents age 50 to 64 and caregivers of people with disabilities.
The state has slightly more than 2 million residents in that age group, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. About 13% already have been vaccinated because they qualified through their jobs as essential workers.
Michiganders 50 and older will soon be eligible for coronavirus vaccine
Groups currently eligible to be vaccinated statewide include health care workers, long-term…

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