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US Dentists, Students Called In to Help Deliver Coronavirus Vaccines

January 20, 2021
by CNN


As the US looks for ways to speed the administration of Covid-19 vaccines, some states and providers are pulling in non-traditional vaccinators, including dentists, retirees and students, to aid in the process.

With health care workers stretched thin responding to record numbers of coronavirus hospitalizations, jurisdictions are scrambling to find extra hands with the skills to help get shots into arms.

A report released by the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and National Governors Association in December cited 20 states that are considering recruiting non-traditional providers, including students, dentists, veterinarians and paramedics.

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  1. That’s some really wonderful work these people are doing. Providing healthcare facilities to everyone is a must. People of all society, culture should have the access to healthcare facilities. Thanks. Keep up the good work!
    Dentist in Longmont CO

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