The arguments for and against vaccinating prison inmates early for COVID-19

The arguments for and against vaccinating prison inmates early for COVID-19

With prisoners held in close quarters and at higher risk for COVID-19, health officials and federal and local governments are determining whether or not people in prison should be near the top of the list to get vaccinated. Jamiles Lartey from The Marshall Project examines the issue in a piece he co-wrote, “Should Prisoners Get COVID-19 Vaccines Early?” He breaks down the issue with CBSN’s Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers.

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