Early Coronavirus Vaccine Supplies Likely Won’t Be Enough for Everyone at High Risk – The Wall Street Journal

Initial supplies of any successful coronavirus vaccines are now expected to fall short of what is needed even for high-priority groups like health-care workers, forcing drugmakers and U.S. officials to grapple with the thorny question of who should be first in line.

Public-health officials estimate more than 100 million Americans, including doctors and nurses, other essential workers and nursing-home residents, should get vaccinated before the general public because they are at greater risk of exposure to the virus or of contracting…

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