COVID-19 Vaccines Could Be Available By End of December


Following news that vaccine trials by Pfizer and Moderna have both proven to be about 95% effective, the question now is: when will they be available? 

NBC News reports that could be as soon as end of December. But here's what needs to happen first: An Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) application must be submitted to the FDA for review by the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) - which is schedule to meet Dec. 8-10. 

The group may want answers to follow up questions.

A CDC advisory committee will make recommendations of which groups of people should be first in line to receive the vaccine(s).

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) has a scheduled meeting on Nov. 23, but no planned vote.

Health officials expect front line workers - doctors and nurses - to receive the vaccine(s) first.

Followed by the elderly and individuals at high risk due to health issues.

The general public likely won't be in line until Spring or Summer 2021.

Are you planning to receive a COVID vaccine as soon as one is available?

What are your apprehensions?

What percentage of Americans will voluntarily receive a vaccine?

Should schools add a COVID vaccine to the list of already required immunizations?

Is there any way governments could require Americans to get vaccinated? 

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