Californians age 16 and over will soon be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, according to an announcement by state officials Thursday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said eligibility will expand to Californians 50 years and over starting April 1. Later in the month, Californians 16 years and over will also become eligible for the vaccine, starting April 15.
The governor said he also anticipates the state supply of vaccines to increase, an issue plaguing counties since the vaccine rollout.
KCRA 3 found out whether county officials think they'll be able to meet the expanded demand.
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