Coronavirus vaccine: Leila Cross

Cole Pearson, RN, administers a shot to phlebotomist Leila Cross.

Nine months after the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, Copley Hospital Wednesday began inoculating its staff with the vaccine that was just approved by the FDA last week.

Health care workers are getting it first. Copley received 125 doses of the Pfizer vaccine.

“It’s the beginning of the end,” said one nurse, meaning it in the best possible way.

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