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We Need an Intergenerational COVID Vaccine Corps

IF THE COVID-19 VACCINE IS TO liberate us, we urgently need new ways to deliver it. Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) recently proposed enlisting retired medical professionals. Just a few days later, University of Massachusetts leaders Dr. Michael Collins and Martin Meehan, formerly a seven-term Democratic Congressman, called for a “Vaccine Corps” made up of college students and recent graduates.

Both are great ideas. Even better: Let’s combine them, bring retired health care

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