First Corona Vaccine is given to nurse in US, Trump tweeted congratulations

The first dose of Corona vaccine has been given in the US on Monday.  The first dose of the vaccine is given to Sandra Lindsay, a nurse from New York.  The Corona vaccination program was also shown on live TV.  After taking Corona’s vaccine, the nurse said, ‘I am feeling very hopeful and relieved today.  President Donald Trump has also expressed his happiness by tweeting.  She told that the first dose of Corona vaccine has been given in America.
 Trump wrote on his Twitter handle, ‘Happy America.  The dose of the first vaccine has been given.  Happy the whole world.
 On Wednesday, the US administration swung into action after a record 3263 people died of the Corona virus and the emergency use of Pfizer and BioNtech’s Kovid-19 vaccine was approved.  The vaccination committee of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Saturday voted in support of giving vaccines to people 16 years and older.
 US drug maker Pfizer has shipped the first batch of the much-awaited Kovid-19 vaccines from the Michigan warehouse.  This vaccine has recently been approved in the US and with the introduction of the Kovid-19 vaccine, the biggest vaccination campaign in the history of America has started.
 The first consignment of Kovid-19 vaccines from the manufacturing unit of Pfizer, Michigan, was dispatched to trucks.  These consignments will be delivered to 636 previously decided locations.  The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the emergency use of this vaccine on Friday.

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