COVID-19 vaccinations are opening today to more Tennesseans, mostly in rural West Tennessee.
According to the Tennessee Department of Health’s website, 20 of the state’s 95 counties are expanding eligibility to people 55 and older (PDF list). And though they’re not listed on the state’s site, Montgomery and Hamilton Counties have announced they will do the same.
Also getting access are people in phases 2a and 2b, which includes “critical infrastructure workers.” That means public transportation workers, people in commercial agriculture or food production, and those who work in telecommunications or public infrastructure.
To begin the process of determining eligibility and finding an appointment, click here.
This is a developing story.