Millions of Americans began queuing for the Pfizer booster vaccine just hours after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention decided that the vaccine would be available to people over the age of 65, certain categories of front-line workers and people with disabilities. certain health. Speaking from the White House, President Biden called on the 60 million Americans who qualify to get the additional COVID-19 vaccine.
Across the United States, eligible Americans are queuing up to receive the additional dose of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19. Some of them have been waiting for hours.
“I think everyone should get the extra vaccine as soon as possible.”, said Carol Carson, vaccinated with the extra dose.
Just 24 hours ago, a commission from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention authorized Pfizer’s additional vaccine for people over 65, people with long-term health problems and front-line workers exposed to the virus.
Vaccines are now available in hospitals, over 30,000 health centers and pharmacies across the United States. Meanwhile, efforts to persuade the unvaccinated continue.
“The unvaccinated are in charge of hospitals, emergency wards and intensive care units, leaving no room for heart patients or cancer patients to receive health care.” tha Presidenti Biden.
Speaking yesterday from the White House, President Biden called on Americans who qualify to get vaccinated against COVID-19, and said he would make the booster vaccine himself as soon as possible.
“Like the first and second dose, the extra dose is free and easily available.” tha Presidenti Biden.
Meanwhile in New York City, schools are preparing for possible staff shortages, while the vaccination obligation will take effect on Monday.