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Who is in North Carolina’s Group 3 and Group 4 COVID-19 vaccine phase

North Carolina will vaccinate the remainder of front-line, essential workers in Groups 3 and 4 of the vaccination distribution plan.

Group 3 includes but is not limited to:
Child Care Centers
Pre-Kindergarten Programs
Head Start & Early Head Start Programs
Pre-School Programs
Family Child Care Homes
Traditional Public Schools
Charter Schools
Private/Non-Public Schools
Teachers
Teacher assistants
Student teachers
Owners, directors, supervisors
Bus and van drivers
Family support staff
Food service workers
Classroom support and administrative staff
Custodial and maintenance staff
Therapists and medical staff
Required on-site consultants
Teachers
Teacher assistants
Student and substitute teachers
Special education teachers and therapists
School and district administrators
School transportation drivers
Food service workers
School support staff (e.g., guidance counselors, social workers, speech language pathologists)
Custodial and maintenance staff
Media & IT specialists
School safety personnel
Librarians
School administrative staff
Instructional support staff
School Nurses (eligible in Group 1)

Group 4 includes but is not limited to:
Chemical (including workers in petrochemical plants, agricultural chemicals, pharmaceutical facilities, consumer products)
Commercial facilities (including retail workers, hotel workers)
Communications and information technology (including service repair dispatchers, data center operators)
Defense industrial base (including workers supporting essential services to meet national security commitments)
Energy (including electric, petroleum, natural and propane gas workers)
Financial services (including workers who maintain systems for processing financial transactions, workers needed to provide consumer access to banking and lending services)
Hazardous materials (including nuclear facilities workers, workers managing medical waste)
Hygiene products and services (including laundromats, sanitation workers)
Public works and infrastructure support services (including plumbers, electricians, exterminators, workers supporting parks)
Residential facilities, housing and real estate
Water and wastewater (including staff at water authorities, wastewater treatment facilities, water sampling and monitoring)

SEE THE FULL LISTS: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/north-carolina-group-3-coronavirus-vaccines-timelines-teachers-front-line-workers/275-679f257d-e16a-4e64-bd38-79655978ec0a

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