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Letter: Vaccinating inmates before the elderly is terribly wrong

Letter: Vaccinating inmates before the elderly is terribly wrong

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Pharmacies continue COVID-19 vaccine delivery Monday

Alex Rybolt, a pharmacist with Walgreen's prepares the second dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, Feb. 15, 2021, for Betty Peach, 92, a resident at Charter Senior Living on St. Louis' south side. Staff there are also getting vaccinated. Most had their first doses about 28 days ago. Photo by Christian Gooden, cgooden@post-dispatch.com

Regarding "22 high-risk St. Louis jail inmates receive vaccinations (Feb. 19): How is it that these inmates are given the coronavirus vaccination, and I'm an 88-year-old woman, also in the high-risk category, and I'm still waiting to receive it? What's wrong with this picture?

Carol Hoff • Sunset Hills 

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