- Pfizer BioNTech Approves Kovid-19 Vaccine in US
- First Kovid-19 vaccine to be given within 24 hours
- President Trump left priority work to vaccinate governor
On Thursday, an expert committee of the US Food and Drug Administration Approved emergency use of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against Kovid-19 (Coronavirus) was. The next day on Friday, the FDA authorized its use. Due to this Pfizer Vaccine The way of giving was opened.
FDA chief scientist Dennis Hinton has written to Pfizer’s executive, “I COVID-19 Authorizing the Emergency Use of the Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine for Prevention. “After this, President Donald Trump also said that now the first vaccine will be vaccinated in the country within 24 hours.
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“The first vaccine will be given in less than 24 hours,” President Trump said in a televised address. “Through partnership with FedEx and UPS, we have already started sending vaccines to every state and zip code in the country,” Trump said. He said, “The Governor will decide who will be the first to be vaccinated in his states.”
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Trump said, “We want our seniors, health workers and sick people to be vaccinated in the first batch.” The President said, “This will lead to an unprecedented reduction in hospitalization cases and deaths.”
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