KALAMAZOO, MI – Further hope has just been approved for emergency use of a new vaccine from Michigan based Pfizer to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Within the next few days, the vaccine will be administered to health care workers and nursing home residents as a first priority.
On Friday December 11th, 2020, the new vaccine from Pfizer was given approval for emergency usage to fight the global pandemic. It is expected that trucks and planes loaded with cases of the vaccine will be getting the drug to their destinations starting as quick as Saturday.
Across most major media today it has been reported that White House chief of staff Mark Meadows had a private conversation with FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn who was reportedly told that he would lose his job if the drug were not approved by the end of the day.