Everyone is Now Eligible For The Vaccine in Michigan

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Every day we receive updated news about the vaccine whether it is good or bad, even with the announcement of the vaccine there are still tons of unanswered questions.

There are still people who are weary about getting the vaccine and there are others who are ready to get it over with so they can hug and kiss their family members.

We also have people that are ready to travel and see the world without having to wear a mask and carry hand sanitizer with wipes.

With more research and the vaccine evolving a lot of people will become comfortable with the thought of getting the vaccine.

In an article from Fox 2 News called "Every adult in Michigan can now get a COVID-19 vaccine - here's how to get yours" by Jack Nissen stated

"Every adult in Michigan is now eligible to schedule a coronavirus vaccine appointment after several months of a steadily growing supply of doses becoming more available.

The state's latest eligibility benchmark couldn't have come any sooner as Michigan's infection rate has continued to skyrocket days after it was identified as having the biggest increase in new cases.

Michigan's leaders have said they don't plan on enacting more restrictions on businesses or schools. Instead, the state has opted to ramp up vaccines in an effort to boost immunity. So far, it's been successful among the groups that have been eligible for treatment."

This has to be good news for people that have been wondering when it will be available to them but, how will this benefit the children?

Not too long ago schools had to be shut down due to outbreaks happening before spring break. My only concern is will the increase of people getting vaccines be beneficial for children or will children keep passing it around to each other?

What will be the end result? Will children eventually have to get the vaccine for all of this stop? If so, a lot of parents are against giving their children a vaccine.

In an article from Fox 2 News called "Every adult in Michigan can now get a COVID-19 vaccine - here's how to get yours" by Jack Nissen stated

"The timing of Michigan's vaccine eligibility expansion arrives as the state reports some of its highest daily case totals ever. On Saturday, it reported 8,413 new infections. Metrics haven't reached that high since the state was embroiled in its second surge last December.

But epidemiologists have warned that March's increase looked similar to November's. But the reasons why each increase occurred look a little different. While local transmission between family gatherings ahead of the holidays helped push the spike last year, the most recent increase is partly attributed to high school students passing the virus along and then bringing it home."

On the other hand, there has also been discussion about the vaccine not fully protecting you from catching the virus again.

This may be true because people who get the flu shot can potentially get the flu again depending on the individual's immunity.

Since everyone besides children younger than age sixteen are eligible for the vaccine there will be an increase in vaccine sites.

There will be a bigger need for more shipments to come into vaccine everyone who has not had the vaccine just yet.

While people are waiting for the vaccine they are also dreading wearing a mask, but what they fail to realize is even after you get the vaccine you will still have to wear a mask.

With each update, people will gain a better understanding of how this vaccine works and how we will be protected in the long run.

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