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WATCH: ER nurse gets first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Iowa – KCCI Des Moines

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WATCH: ER nurse gets first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Iowa

Emergency room nurse David Conway was the first Iowan to receive the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics employee received his first shot Monday morning, shortly after the first doses of the vaccine arrived in the state.In a statement, the hospital said: “We believe that this vaccine is safe and will be effective in preventing COVID-19. While supply of the vaccine will be initially limited, we will offer the COVID-19 vaccine to all UI Health Care employees who would like to receive it.”UIHC said more than 50 UI Health Care employees will receive the first of two doses of the vaccine Monday. The first group of employees to be vaccinated are primarily front-line providers and staff working in the units that directly care for patients with COVID-19.

Emergency room nurse David Conway was the first Iowan to receive the first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics employee received his first shot Monday morning, shortly after the first doses of the vaccine arrived in the state.

In a statement, the hospital said: “We believe that this vaccine is safe and will be effective in preventing COVID-19. While supply of the vaccine will be initially limited, we will offer the COVID-19 vaccine to all UI Health Care employees who would like to receive it.”

UIHC said more than 50 UI Health Care employees will receive the first of two doses of the vaccine Monday. The first group of employees to be vaccinated are primarily front-line providers and staff working in the units that directly care for patients with COVID-19.

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