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Gov. Mills announces updates to state’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan – WMTW Portland

Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday announced changes to Maine’s plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses across the state.

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AUGUSTA, Maine —Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday announced changes to Maines plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses across the state.
Mills said that after consulting with the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the state will dedicate the limited vaccine supply to older Mainers, beginning with those 70 and older; additional emergency service personnel; and people who support infrastructure critical to Maines COVID-19 response.
The governor said the updated strategy also focuses on…

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