SNAPPED: Healthcare workers receive first COVID vaccines

JACKSON, Wyo. — It’s been a busy few days at St. Johns as healthcare workers receive the first COVID vaccines. As many as 340 doses will have been given out by the end of the day.

Doses will continue to be distributed to individuals who work closely with COVID patients; including hospital direct care staff, paramedics and EMTs, long-term care and assisted living facility providers, public health nurses providing COVID-19 vaccines, and others listed in the Wyoming Department of Health’s 1A tier as additional vaccine shipments arrive in Teton County. Read more about the vaccine here.

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