But DeSantis said the first batch of the Moderna vaccine - 370,000 doses - could begin heading to his state as soon as this weekend and would allow wider distribution of the medicine to hospitals across the state, pending federal authorization.
More of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will arrive each week. But production issues could prevent them from being delivered. "They assured us they were going to have nurses and doctors, it's full hands-on", Di Sano said on Friday.
"This is a really, really important day", Lamont said at Monday's news conference.
"We exercise extreme caution but we always have to balance between risks and benefits - risk of what we know (against) risk of what we don't know - and come up with a shared decision towards that", says Hanna.
"This study provides an overview of how high-income countries have secured future supplies of Covid-19 vaccines, but that access for the rest of the world is uncertain", the authors wrote.
More than 299,000 Americans have been killed by the virus, including over 35,000 residents of NY state.
With 1,915 new coronavirus cases reported Tuesday, Utah's rate of new diagnoses continued to fall. However, in a small proportion of patients, COVID-19 can lead to more severe illness, including death, particularly among those who are older or those who have chronic medical conditions.
2/5Healthcare worker Sandra Lindsay bumps elbows with hospital publicist Joseph Kemp after receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at the Northwell Health Long Island Jewish Medical Center in the Queens borough of New York, US.
By Tuesday, Florida will have 100,000 doses of the vaccine for five hospitals - Jackson Memorial in Miami, Broward Memorial, UF Health Jacksonville, and Advent Health in Orlando.
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Gore , the counting of the electoral college votes, and what options President Trump might still have to contest the election. It was a compromise between electing the president by popular vote and having Congress choose the president.
"I do worry that with the vaccine coming out, people will think it's over", she said.
"These past nine months have been challenging in so many ways, but no more so than for healthcare workers across the continuum of care - especially those dedicated colleagues who care for seniors in long-term care", Dr. Kevin Smith, president and CEO of UHN, said in a statement.
She continued, "Let's keep protecting one another".
The data of the "Covid Tracking Project" program showed that more than 109,000 people are now hospitalized due to COVID-19 in the United States. Dobbs said there should be enough doses to begin immunizing people in long-term care settings this week.
The pandemic has not only been a public health concern, but an economic one, too.
He said restaurant workers, and the lodging and hospitality industries, have "taken it on the chin" because of shutdowns.
"A child's immune system behaves a little bit differently throughout their childhood and that's why we start looking at different age groups", says Hanna.
"We've a seen a rollout of a few vaccinations", Kelly said.