December 14, 2020

First COVID-19 Vaccines In US Today

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A majority of the first shots will go to health care workers.

Vaccinations against the coronavirus began in the US on Monday morning, with some of the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine being given to health care workers in New York. The vaccinations began on the day the US will reach 300,000 deaths from COVID-19.  more…

Residents of trailer parks and inner cities may receive vaccines someday only if they say pretty please on local news stations while giving shout outs to their cousins in jail…

Given that there are more than 330 million people in the US, not everyone will immediately be able to get the vaccine, which is given in two doses. Health care workers will be prioritized, as well as people at higher risk of severe illness due to age, underlying conditions or profession. Pfizer has said it expects to produce up to 50 million vaccine doses in 2020 and 1.3 billion in 2021.

Until COVID-19 vaccines are more widely available in the US, which experts say might not be until spring or summer, people will need to continue to wear masks, social distance and take other precautions against the virus.  more…

And the man that won’t get credit for making any of this happen…

Pfizer stock is looking pretty good these days, no?

And now, The Doobie Brothers…


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