Alaska First State To Expand Vaccine Eligibility To 16 And Older

Alaska recently became the first state to expand eligibility for the coronavirus vaccine, making immunization available to anyone 16 years of age or older who lives or works in the state. What do you think?

“I figured the virus would get tired traveling 50 miles between people.”

Buck Townsend, Slacks Creaser

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“Finally, some good news for those of us stranded in the Alaskan wilderness.”

Stanley Potter, Ewerer

“But 16 is the perfect age to experience new viruses.”

Gretchen Goodwin, Grifter