All adults in France can have COVID jabs from May 31: PM

All adults in France will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations starting May 31, two weeks earlier than initially planned, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on Thursday. The shots would be made available a week earlier—on May 24—to people in “priority professions”, including teachers, police officers, bus drivers, taxi drivers, prison…

Alaska first state to open vaccines to all adults

Fauci: Young children won’t have access to vaccine until 2022 Stanford professor of medicine Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Yale School of Public Health professor Dr. Harvey Risch discuss Alaska has become the first state to drop eligibility requirements for COVID-19 vaccines and allow anyone 16 or older who lives or…