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The first corona virus vaccine began Monday morning and marked a major
turning point in the U.S.’s battle against surging case numbers as the first doses of the Pfizer medication was administered to health care workes and nursing home staffers.

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The rollout of the first coronavirus vaccine
began Monday morning and marked a major
turning point in the U.S.’s battle against
surging case numbers as the first doses of
the Pfizer medication was administered
to health care workers and nursing home
staffers.

 

 

Lindsay, who lives in Queens, one of the
hardest hit counties in the country, told the
governor she wanted to instill trust in the
vaccine.
“I believe in science. As a nurse, my practice
is guided by science and so I trust that,” she

said during the livestream. “What I don’t
trust is that, if I contract COVID, I don’t know
how it would impact or those who I come
in contact with, so I encourage everyone to
take the vaccine.”

 

Elected officials and state health leaders
in different states, including Connecticut,
Iowa, Florida and California, also
welcomedprivileged,” Dr. Thomas Dobbs,
Mississippi’s state health officer, said in a
tweet that included a photo of his bandaged
shoulder.

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