New York nurse, the first person to get vaccinated against coronavirus in the United States

Enfermera de Nueva York, la primera persona en vacunarse contra coronavirus en Estados Unidos

File person getting vaccinated.


Sandra lindsay, an intensive care nurse from a hospital in the neighborhood of Queens, was the first New Yorker inoculated with the coronavirus, COVID-19 developed by pharmaceutical Pfizer and that it was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last Friday.

In a live connection via video, in which the state governor participated, Andrew Cuomo, Lindsay, who works at J Hospitalewish Medical Center, in Queens, one of the neighborhoods hardest hit by pandemic in the country, he received the vaccine at 9.23 local time (ET).

“I hope this marks the beginning of the end of a very painful time in our history,” she said. Afro-American nurse after receiving the vaccine dose.

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