Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-12-21 18:40:03 –
Robertson County, Tennessee (WKRN) – Robertson County Health Department officials delivered the first Moderna COVID-19 vaccination on Monday afternoon.
After a few months of preparation, the first shipment arrived on Monday and the department began vaccination as quickly and safely as possible to meet the criteria.
“We are planning to do 10 today. In fact, we have first responders, sheriffs, and frontline workers. Rachel Ellis, head of the Robertson and Cheatham County Health Departments, told News 2. It was.
A few, but that’s the beginning. In the last 14 days, Robertson County has averaged more than 108 new cases per day, according to the Tennessee Department of Health.
“I think this is a kind of Christmas miracle. I’m pretty excited about it. I think all the health departments are excited. I hope everything in the community is excited. I really hope this helps stop the spread and bring it back to normal, “Eris explained.
The state plans to provide 115,000 Moderna vaccines throughout the state in the next two weeks.
Ellis says she will continue to vaccinate this week, avoiding holidays.
See News 2 for continued coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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