U.S. panel tackles race, poverty in virus vaccine priorities

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U.S. panel tackles race, poverty in virus vaccine priorities

A woman receives an injection in September during Phase 3 testing for the Janssen Pharmaceutical-Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the United States. On Oct. 2, a U.S. advisory panel made recommendations for who should be first in line to get COVID-19 vaccine, including a plea for special efforts by states and cities to get vaccines to neighborhoods affected by systemic racism.

U.S. panel tackles race, poverty in virus vaccine priorities

A woman receives an injection in September during Phase 3 testing for the Janssen Pharmaceutical-Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the United States. On Oct. 2, a U.S. advisory panel made recommendations for who should be first in line to get COVID-19 vaccine, including a plea for special efforts by states and cities to get vaccines to neighborhoods affected by systemic racism.