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More COVID-19 Vaccines Available For W.Va.

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced all Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded health centers and look-alike health centers in West Virginia have been invited to participate in the COVID-19 Vaccine Program.

Thirty-one health centers in the state will be able to order COVID-19 vaccinations directly from the federal government. This will increase West Virginia’s overall dose allocation.

West Virginia will also receive an increase of 2,340 Pfizer doses, with the state receiving 53,820 first and second Pfizer doses, 38,600 first and second Moderna doses, and 3,300 Johnson & Johnson doses next week.


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