LEHI, Utah – The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine continued to make its way through hospitals around the state Thursday, as the Moderna vaccine took another step toward approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Intermountain said more than 1,800 caregivers had received the vaccine at their hospitals from Ogden down to St. George, and other hospitals administered the vaccine to their workers for the first time.
“There’s an electric feeling inside the hospitals right now,” said Arlen Jarrett, regional chief medical officer for Steward Health Care. “We are all anxious for this pandemic to pass on and, you know, for life to get back to normal. And I think with the vaccine this is for our best opportunity here.”
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