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The odds of being affected are vanishingly rare, but CDC says better safe than sorry.
The clinic is open for any 16+ child in Juneau, not just school district students.
Dozens of veterans in Juneau received the one-shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
“Healthy people means healthy economies.”
The shot is highly recommended by private and public employers.
The FDA cleared it Saturday.
Juneau’s rolling up its sleeves and getting down to business.
Includes some 50 and older, educators and people living or working in congregate settings.
While there was high demand in Juneau, the state’s vaccine website proved frustrating for many.
Older Alaskans and frontline essential workers among those next in line for vaccine.
Juneau played reluctant host to the country’s first adverse reaction on Tuesday.
Vaccination of key healthcare staff began immediately.
Health officials say it’s the first such reaction.
The first vaccinations are expected to happen this week.