Wayne County health department offering vaccines to more frontline health care workers

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Fairfield, Ill. (WEHT) – More local front line healthcare workers will have the chance to get vaccinated. The health department in Wayne County, Illinois is reaching out to people in its Phase 1A priority group. This includes physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, dentists, hygienists, nursing assistants, home health workers, and EMS.

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(This story was originally published on December 29, 2020)


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