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LA County Vaccine ID Rules Are Flexible, By Design

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The Los Angeles County Public Health Department is administering anti-Covid vaccines to between 12,000 and 20,000 people every day.

The shots are reserved for those in the most at-risk categories: workers in specific industries, people over 65, and those with disabilities or certain medical conditions.

Rules for proving eligibility range from traditional ID such as a driver's license and pay stubs to utility bills and self-attestation.

The county says only about 30 people a day are being turned down for lack of documentation.

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“We’re trying to be as flexible as we can. The goal here is not to turn people away,” said Fabian Herrera of the L.A. County Fire Department, who was staffing the county-run clinic at the Forum in Inglewood.

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