Pfizer vaccine passed first round of US approval
On the FDA advisory board, 17 members voted in favor of the vaccine, four against, and one abstained.
In the United States, the FDA’s Advisory Board has approved Pfizer’s COVID vaccine. About it reports AR on Friday, December 11.
“The FDA’s Advisory Board voted 17 in favor and four against (one abstained) and concluded that vaccinations are safe and effective against coronavirus for people over 16,” it said.
The FDA is expected to take into account the recommendations released by the advisers in the coming days.
Recall that Rada announced the date of the start of vaccination in Ukraine… The priority groups who will receive the vaccine will be doctors, educators, the military, and people with concomitant diseases.
Also, the US Embassy said that Ukraine is a priority for vaccination… Kiev and Washington agreed to further coordinate efforts aimed at providing humanitarian and emergency medical assistance to Ukraine in connection with the pandemic, the embassy said.