CHARLOTTE — People 75 years old and older will be next in line to get the COVID-19 vaccine North Carolina.
Mecklenburg County health officials are expected to detail a plan next week on how to get the vaccinations out.
“Sometimes I think we’re the guinea pigs, but I don’t mind,” said 75-year-old Sandra Knox. “If it will make things better, get me out my house more. (And) that I don’t feel all stressed out from all the restrictions, I’ll do it.”
In the video at the top of this webpage, Channel 9 reporter Tina Terry speaks with the county’s health director about the process.
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