Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine rolls out to frontline healthcare workers

The new Pfizer BioNTech vaccine rolls out now with the support of the Department of Protection. (Picture courtesy HHS Chris Smith)

A significant treatment nurse in New York Town is the initial individual in the United States to get the new Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19.

Sandra Lindsay, a significant treatment nurse at Extended Island Jewish Clinical Centre in Queens, acquired the initial dose on Monday morning, Axios said.

Now, the initial shipments of 2.nine million doses of the vaccine are on their way to states and hospitals. By the conclusion of December an estimated 20 million men and women will be vaccinated, and by the conclusion of January another thirty million will get the vaccine. 

Vaccines will be offered initial to frontline health care workers and susceptible populations in long-term treatment facilities. The vaccine is predicted to go out to long-term treatment facilities on Monday, Dec. 21.

The federal government

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