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COVID vaccines: Prisoners excluded from US plans

By DW
29 December 2020   |   10:55 am
Outbreaks of the coronavirus in prisons and jails in the United States have been widespread, but inmates have been neglected as policymakers determine who should be prioritized for vaccinations.

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