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The first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Oklahoma, going to frontline health care workers who have taken care of Oklahomans since the beginning of the pandemic.

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First COVID-19 Vaccinations in the State of Oklahoma

The first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Oklahoma today, going to frontline health care workers who have taken care of Oklahomans since the beginning of the pandemic.

Governor Kevin Stitt and other health leaders held a press conference today at INTEGRIS Health to mark the historic event.

The first person to receive the vaccination was Hannah White, an ER nurse at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center’s Portland Avenue campus.

This is a monumental moment for caregivers at INTEGRIS Health and across the state. To them, the vaccine is a sign of hope that we are finally turning the corner and there is an end in sight to this devastating virus. They are honored to be among the first to receive the vaccination and eager to instill trust that the vaccine is safe for the public.

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First COVID-19 Vaccine in Oklahoma Administered at INTEGRIS Health

The first person to receive the vaccination was Hannah White, an ER nurse at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center’s Portland Avenue campus.

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