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When will primary care doctors get the COVID-19 vaccine?

One of the biggest questions that has been raised during the COVID-19 pandemic has to do with ‘when’ vaccines will be at local doctors’ offices.

Many argue that it would be a far more efficient way to distribute the vaccine. However, up until very recently- most vaccines have required specialized holding conditions.

News10NBC dedicated their Thursday Good Question segment to this question: When will primary care doctors be able to give the COVID-19 vaccine?

The answer is simple: The state decided early in pandemic response that choosing locations that could vaccinate the most people- rather than trying to distribute it to more locations would be a better process.

At this point, they argue it’s all about priority.

News10NBC asked vaccine leaders in the Finger Lakes when doctor’s offices might get it- the answer was uncertainty. Neither they, or state health officials know when doctors offices will receive the vaccine even though doses are rising dramatically.

READ IT: Department of Health weighs in on when doctors offices might get COVID-19 vaccine (News10NBC)

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