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COVID-19 Vaccinations to Begin This Week in the US, Bringing Hope to a Weary Nation

Germany, Japan, and South Korea to See Strict Restrictions as a Result of Growing Numbers of COVID-19 Cases

Barring any unexpected complications, residents of the US will start receiving the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine this week. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted its emergency use authorization (EUA) to the Pfizer vaccine on Friday, opening the door for the general public to begin receiving the immunization as early as Monday. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that all 50 states are set to receive the vaccine by Monday, marking the beginning of what many hope is the end to the ongoing pandemic.

Rollout Process Likely to be Complicated: Despite the great optimism surrounding the vaccine, the CDC is warning Americans that they need to be aware that the rollout process could be messy. In its initial stages, the demand for the vaccine will be far greater than what is available.

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