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Some College Students Take Advantage Of Flawed Vaccine Rollout System

As vaccines continue to roll out across the county, the question of equity keeps coming up: who should be getting the vaccine and when. In California, 40% of vaccines are reserved for high-risk communities.

But college students like YR Media’s Natalie Bettendorf have found that there are plenty of ways for younger, healthier people in the state to get the shot — something she has mixed feelings about.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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