The first dose of the Pfizer vaccine in New York will arrive on Monday morning.
Shipments began on Sunday morning with an emergency use authorization from the FDA on Friday.
According to government officials, UPS and FedEx have split their shipping operations, with trucks heading from Michigan to nearly 150 distribution centers nationwide.
Hundreds of other distribution centers will vaccinate on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Endangered healthcare professionals and nursing home residents and staff get the shot first.
The vaccine’s efficacy has been confirmed to be 95%, and the FDA has not cut corners to ensure safety, despite rapid vaccine approval, and all appropriate measures. Claims to be taking.
They say vaccine research will continue.
The FDA warns that anyone who has previously had an allergic reaction to the vaccine should first consult a doctor.
Health experts say there is not yet enough data on pregnant or lactating women. Testing for these groups is expected to be completed in early 2021.
Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine arrives in New York
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