How vaccines get made and approved in the US Dec 17, 2020 Dec 17, 2020 Updated 3 hrs ago 0 The first Americans are receiving COVID-19 vaccines. Stacker has used data from the CDC, FDA, and other health sources to show how these vaccines are being made and approved. 0 comments Tags Wire Dcc Thestacker Related to this collection +5 Health Can Nebraskans move past the COVID pandemic and get healthier? Updated Feb 12, 2021 Getting Nebraskans healthy will mean reducing our rates of diabetes, obesity and excessive drinking. It will mean boosting the number of people who have health insurance and physical activity. +2 Health Older Nebraskans will be able to sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations soon Updated Jan 21, 2021 Nebraskans 75 and older will be able to register for vaccination appointments with community clinics, health care providers and pharmacy providers. Govt-and-politics COVID-19 vaccinations ramping up in Nebraska, Ricketts says Updated Jan 8, 2021 The governor said 133,000 doses of vaccine have been delivered to providers and 60,000 doses have been administered. Govt-and-politics 'Stay tuned,' Ricketts says on possible vaccine changes in Nebraska Updated Jan 13, 2021 The governor said the state will update plans on getting the COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older. Health Age change could mean COVID-19 vaccinations take longer in Nebraska Updated Jan 21, 2021 Lowering the minimum age to 65 for Phase 1B could mean it will take four months to vaccinate everyone, a state official said.