By Matt Christopherson

(CBS Detroit) — Michigan has now expanded vaccine eligibility to those 50-years-and older with underlying medical conditions.

Governor Whitmer’s office says the expansion begins next Monday.

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Those 50-years-and older in good health will be eligible starting March 22nd.

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State health officials say their goal is to vaccinate at least 70% of the population by the end of the year.

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Matt Christopherson