Our distribution of #COVID19 vaccines puts #SeniorsFirst. A 20 year old grocery store clerk should not be getting a vaccine before a 74 year old grandmother. In Florida, we believe we can reduce mortality by ensuring those most at risk are protected and vaccinated.

Mar 1, 2021 · 4:13 PM UTC

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Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
the 20-year-old grocery clerk's life has been at risk for a year now, doing hard work for garbage pay while people like you lied and mishandled a pandemic as tens of thousands died. grocery clerks are more heroic than cops and should be celebrated as such.
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Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
How often do the Phases change I was wondering
Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
Why isn’t the governor using the Jaguar stadium as a sight for vaccinations. This is a outrage. Phoenix Arizona is using their stadium and it’s working. The NFL approved for all football stadiums to become a sight for drive thru vaccinations.
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Because the rich, old white folks see it as Beneath them to go to a stadium and those are the only ones getting vaccinated in Florida.
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Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
The real issue is that we don’t have enough vaccine to go around. Public health shouldn’t have to be rationed. Major fail of the previous Republican administration. Guess it’s time to rethink straight ticket voting.
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These 20 year old grocery clerks are more exposed to the virus daily than a 74 year old grandmother. If we had a Governor who took steps such as a mandatory mask mandate their risk would lessen. Since we don't have such a Governor, vaccinate essential workers.
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Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
Florida is getting about 100,000 vaccinated per day. Great job Governor! As vaccine supplies increase we hope to see even more vaccinated. Keep up the great work!
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Replying to @RonDeSantisFL
Well they did say 75 year old grandmother and frontline essential workers in general. Not just young baggers at the grocery store. Why must there always be a battle with everything.
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