Vermont Gov. Scott: Those Who Identify as 'Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color' Eligible to Sign Up for Vaccine

Vermont Gov. Scott: Those Who Identify as 'Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color' Eligible to Sign Up for Vaccine


Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) announced on Thursday those who identify as black, indigenous, or a “person of color” can now sign up to receive the coronavirus vaccine. Eligibility for all adults is not expected to open up until later this month.

“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!” the governor announced, providing a link to the state’s website:

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

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