Having an underlying health condition doesn't mean we move up the COVID-19 vaccine line

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Having an underlying health condition doesn't mean we move up the COVID-19 vaccine line

In March, the term “underlying condition” was used to reassure healthy Americans about their risk as COVID-19 overwhelmed New York City’s hospitals

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