The National Association of Community Health Centers said its members have already begun vaccinating priority populations against the SARS-Cov-2 virus that causes COVID-19. | Shutterstock

Health Centers to Begin Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines Directly

As soon as Monday, some federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) will be able to start ordering COVID-19 vaccines for administration to patients, under a “community health centers vaccination program” announced Tuesday by the Biden administration.

The administration said in a fact sheet that the health center program “is part of a broader effort to ensure all communities are being reached in the national push to get people vaccinated.” It said, “The program will be phased in, with the first centers able to start ordering vaccines as early as the week of February 15. The initial phase will include at least one Community Health Center in each state, expanding to 250 centers in the coming weeks.”

As soon as Monday, some federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) will be able to start ordering COVID-19 vaccines for administration to patients, under a “community health centers vaccination program” announced Tuesday by the Biden administration.

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