GALLUP, Ariz. – On Monday, Navajo Country President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer visited the Gallup Indian Health care Center as the Navajo Spot IHS acquired the first shipment of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines for COVID-19. The procedure of distributing the vaccine to other health treatment facilities on the Navajo Nation, like health care clinics, also began on Monday. A lot more vaccines are envisioned to be delivered on Tuesday. The vaccine will be administered centered on the Facilities for Disease Control’s phased distribution plan that phone calls for health treatment workers and all those living in extensive-expression assisted dwelling services to obtain the vaccine initially, on a volunteer foundation.
News: First Shipment of Covid-19 Vaccine Reaches Navajo Nation
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