HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — The Alabama Department of Public Health has announced that an initial supply of a COVID-19 vaccine could come to Alabama as soon as mid-December.
ADPH said healthcare providers and chronically-ill individuals will have first access to the vaccine. As soon as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration confirms a vaccine is safe and effective and once and emergency use authorization is received, vaccine kits will be shipped out to several locations state-wide, according to ADPH.
The initial vaccine treatment will be available to every American without charge, ADPH said. Most vaccine candidates require two doses at a certain time interval.
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