The clock is ticking for West Virginians interested in health insurance plans through the open marketplace, and for the subsidies that can help many pay for them.
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Now that the Food and Drug Administration has issued an emergency authorization for the first COVID-19 vaccine to be deployed over the next few days in the U.S., you may have a lot of questions about what this means for you and the people you love.
CARES Act money from the state and work by West Virginia University and the state Department of Health and Human Resources has been used to vastly increase testing capacity in the state.
West Virginia officials rolled out more details for the state’s COVID-19 vaccination timetable Friday, with plans to start making vaccinations available to the general public by mid-March 2021.
The long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine is expected to begin arriving in West Virginia on Monday, with the state anticipating 16,575 doses from Pfizer.
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