Phillips-Hill discusses latest developments on COVID-19 vaccine rollout

YORK – Senator Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) sits down with Senate Health and Human Services Committee Executive Director Joan Bradbury to review the latest developments in Pennsylvania’s rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine on the latest episode of her podcast series, titled “Kristin’s Corner.”

“We saw a major change this week as to who can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine,” Phillips-Hill said. “It is important to provide accurate and timely information at a time when millions of Pennsylvanians are anxiously awaiting their opportunity to get this vaccine.”

Phillips-Hill’s conversation with Bradbury covers the latest changes that grouped individuals age 65 and older into the Department of Health’s Phase 1A of the vaccine rollout.

On the podcast, the senator stressed patience. “These changes happened on Tuesday and a lot of our health systems are now playing catch up as over 3.5 million Pennsylvanians are now eligible for a vaccine in a state with only 1.1 million doses. As more of these doses become available, we will connect with York County healthcare providers to get the latest updates on the rollout of this vaccine.”

Phillips-Hill’s podcast, as well as instructions on how to subscribe to the podcast can be found on her website at The program runs 20 minutes.

York Countians can obtain information on the vaccine rollout here: