BJC Vaccination Site, David Snyder

David Snyder, of Bellwood, Pa., receives a dose of the coronavirus vaccine on Monday, March 15, 2021, at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pa.

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced a timeline for Pennsylvania’s accelerated three-week coronavirus vaccine rollout on Wednesday.

Under the timelines, law enforcement, firefighters, grocery workers and food/agriculture workers are eligible by March 31.

By April 5, all Pennsylvanians in Phase 1B are eligible. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, first responders, postal workers, education workers and public transit workers are among those eligible for the vaccine in 1B.

By April 12, all Pennsylvanians in Phase 1C are eligible for the vaccine. This includes individuals in transportation, food service, public safety, legal service and the media.

All Pennsylvanians will be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine by April 19.

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