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Nationwide Website Helps U.S. Residents Set Appointments For Coronavirus Vaccine

As of mid-March, more than a quarter of all American adults (85 million) had been at least partially vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the severe acute respiratory syndrome also known as COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). And more than 46 million people were fully vaccinated. And, while more and more people become eligible to receive one of the three vaccines available in the U.S., eligibility requirements continue to vary from state to state. How can you check your eligibility? “We have a centralized website now, nationwide, called ‘My Turn,’” says infectious disease expert and Founder and CEO of the Men’s Health Foundation, Dr. Tony Mills. “So people can log in there, and if you don’t qualify now, you can put your information in, and then they’ll reach out and contact you whenever your turn is available.” Watch the video above, then check your local listing to find out where you can watch this episode. Visit MyTurn.gov for more information on how to find out whether you’re currently eligible to receive the SARS-CoV-2 vaccine or to schedule your vaccine appointment in the United States. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Is Dr. Phil your only hope?

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