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How Rite Aid’s ‘glitch’ helped suburban residents get Philly’s vaccine supply

Philadelphia — its own vaccine jurisdiction — prioritized vaccine access for people age 75 or older. But in the rest of Pennsylvania, people over 65 and those with qualifying medical conditions are eligible for the vaccine at pharmacies.

By Ryan Briggs/WHYY and Nina Feldman/WHYY

Vaccination clinics for Pa. teachers could open as soon as next week. Here are the details.

Local and regional education agencies, called Intermediate Units, will help administer the shots for teachers in partnership with medical professionals and the National Guard.

By Colin Deppen/Spotlight PA

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School employees will be offered the Johnson & Johnson vaccine starting next week

Gov. Tom Wolf announced Pennsylvania will be getting around 124,000 doses of the newly-approved vaccine by the end of this week.

By Sam Dunklau

Elk County leads in vaccine administration as some providers are concerned about Pa. mandate

The rural county ranks second in the rate of fully vaccinated residents in the commonwealth, according to the Department of Health’s dashboard Tuesday.

By Min Xian/WPSU

Teachers to get 1-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Wolf says

State officials expect 94,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine to arrive this week.

By The Associated Press

With no disclaimer, Philly FEMA vaccine site is flooded with ineligible sign-ups

Appointments at the clinic were intended to be invitation-only, for highest-priority residents in the city’s Phases 1A and 1B. But the FEMA site links circulated broadly, and many signed up without knowing whether or not they were eligible.

By Hannah Chinn/WHYY
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