- federal /FED-er-uhl/
- vaccine /vak-SEEN/
- administration /ad-min-uh-STREY-shuhn/
- acknowledge /pronunciation/
- incurable /in-KYOOR-uh-buhl/
[adjective] – Relating to the central government, and not to the government of a region, of some countries such as the U.S
They were charged with violating federal law.
[noun] – a substance containing a virus or bacterium in a form that is not harmful, given to a person or animal to prevent them from getting the disease that the virus or bacterium causes
This vaccine protects against some kinds of the bacteria.
[noun] – the people in an organization who manage its business and operations
The decision to cancel the trip was made by the school administration.
[verb] – to accept, admit, or recognize something, or the truth or existence of something
She acknowledged having been at fault.
[adjective] – not able to be cured
He has an incurable disease.
Moreover, the advisory committee is deemed to present more information about its list of prioritized beneficiaries before year’s end. Its next instructions are likely to concentrate on prioritizing people who keep society working, such as workers in food and agriculture, public safety, and education. Older people and those with incurable illnesses are also counted high on the list.
True or False:
- ACIP voted 13 to 1 this month to give first Covid-19 vaccination priority to doctors and nurses and residents of long-term care facilities.
- State health departments and governors will make the call on who receives access to a bounded number of vaccines this winter.
- ACIP stands for Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
- Older people and those with incurable illnesses are also counted high on the list.
- The advisory committee is deemed to present more information about its list of prioritized beneficiaries before 2021.
Situation: You are a leader of an organization of farmers.
Question: How will you persuade ACIP to prioritize your organization to get Covid-19 vaccine?
Express Your Opinion:
- “Who are you going to believe? Leading authorities on medical science, or 800 memes on your cousin’s Facebook page?”― Samantha Bee
- “Most anti-vaccine books claim that all shots are bad, the diseases aren’t really anything to fear, and as long as you live a natural and healthy lifestyle, you don’t have to worry. I think this is a very irresponsible approach to the vaccine issue.” ― Robert Sears
- “Vaccines are beneficial in ridding our population of both serious and non serious diseases.”
― Robert Sears