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All veterans and their spouses can get vaccinated at the VA. Here’s how | Task & Purpose

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With the passage of the Save Lives Act, which was signed into law by President Joe Biden on March 24th, the Department of Veterans Affairs has made the COVID-19 vaccine more available to veterans. Specifically, all veterans, their spouses, veteran caregivers, and others are qualified to get the COVID-19 vaccine shot through the VA. In order to get an appointment, veterans and their spouses should sign up and wait until the VA notifies them of their schedule. The Department of Veterans Affairs has administered nearly 2 million COVID-19 vaccines.

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