The USA Food and Drug Administration has disclosed that Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine will get ready for use. Vaccinations could begin on Monday.
Alex Azar who is the Secretary at Health and Human Services said on Friday morning that Vaccinations could begin as early as Monday.
Azard said on ABC;
“I’ve got some good news for you”,
“Just a little bit ago, the FDA informed Pfizer that they do intend to proceed toward an authorization for their vaccine.”
UK recently approved the use of this vaccine as of last week, where vaccinations was given to British citizens immediately.
Pfizer and German company BionTech developed the vaccine, which will be the first corronavirus vaccine in the US.
“So in the next couple of days, probably as we work to negotiate with Pfizer the information doctors need to prescribe it appropriately, we should be seeing the authorization of this first vaccine,”
“We could be seeing people getting vaccinated Monday, Tuesday of next week.”