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Alabama trails only Mississippi in vaccinations and just 30% of the state's population fully vaccinated against the illness caused by the new coronavirus. [FILE/KEVIN TAYLOR/TIMESDAILY]

MONTGOMERY — A state agency said Friday it will work with private organizations to encourage more elderly and disabled people to get vaccines for COVID-19, which is on the rise in Alabama as the state's inoculation rate trails the nation.

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