Vermont GOP Governor Opens Up Covid Vaccine Access to People Who Identify as Black, Indigenous or Non-White

Vermont GOP Governor Opens Up Covid Vaccine Access to People Who Identify as Black, Indigenous or Non-White


Vermont Governor Phil Scott (R) this week announced anyone over the age of 16 who identifies as black, indigenous or non-white is eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.

“If you or anyone in your household identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC), including anyone with Abenaki or other First Nations heritage, all household members who are 16 years or older can sign up to get a vaccine!” Phil Scott tweeted on Thursday.

If you or anyone in your household identifies as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC), including anyone with Abenaki or other First Nations heritage, all household members who are 16 years or older can sign up to get a vaccine! Get yours at https://t.co/hVgb9rzQPn

— Governor Phil Scott (@GovPhilScott) April 1, 2021

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The state’s website breaks down different categories of people such as 50 years and older, English language learners and people in immigrant/refugee communities, school staff and

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