The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) rolled out its updated COVID-19 vaccination plan Wednesday to adopt new federal guidelines for distribution.

Officials said the new plan simplifies the vaccine process but still prioritizes health care workers caring for COVID-19 patients and people who are at the highest risk for severe symptoms or exposure to COVID-19.

“While there is still much to do, we head into 2021 with a powerful tool to stop this pandemic: vaccines,” NCDHHS Secretary Mandy Cohen said Wednesday during a news briefing. “However, because supplies are very limited, it’s going to be several months before vaccines are widely
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