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FSU To Begin Accepting ‘Extremely Vulnerable’ Employees For COVID-19 Vaccines

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Florida State University is now extending COVID-19 vaccination appointments to employees who are deemed extremely vulnerable to the coronavirus. 

FSU employees must have certain medical conditions to register for a vaccine.

That includes being immunocompromised, obese, diabetic, or having chronic lung disease or serious heart conditions.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a full list of conditions that would make someone more at risk of getting sick from the coronavirus.

Employees must have their doctor fill out a form to verify that they have one of those conditions.


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