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January 15, 2021 - 10:30am | By Chris Larson
(Undated) -- The Minnesota Department of Health is allowing more people to receive the coronavirus vaccine. The department announced Thursday anyone 65-years old or older can now receive the vaccine. However, the department says clinics that have leftover doses from vaccinating front line healthcare workers will be the only places allowed to expand their reach.
People who are under 65 can also receive the vaccine if they have co-morbidities.