AstraZeneca vaccination started yesterday (26th), and Pfizer vaccination started today.
Medical staff who treat COVID-19 patients are subject to vaccination, and reporters who are out of the Central Vaccination Center are connected.
Reporter Kim Hyung-rae, you must have been busy preparing for vaccinations from early in the morning. Who was the first person to get the Pfizer vaccine?
Yes, from 9 am, the first Pfizer vaccination in Korea started at the Central Vaccination Center of the National Medical Center.
While access to the site is strictly controlled, medical staff who received vaccinations can be seen coming and going.The first vaccinated Pfizer vaccine that attracted attention was not a medical staff, but an employee in charge of medical waste disposal in the corona 19 confirmed ward of the National Medical Center.
Since then, vaccinations have continued for medical staff who treat corona patients.
About 3 hours have passed since vaccination started. Is vaccination progressing?
Yes, it's been a little over 3 hours since I started the vaccination, and I met the medical staff who received the vaccination and asked what the vaccination was like.
As 300 people get the Pfizer vaccine today, the vaccination is expected to continue until late in the afternoon.
AstraZeneca vaccination, which started yesterday, has continued for the second day?
Yes, the AstraZeneca vaccination, which started from yesterday, is also proceeding sequentially.
Yesterday, 18,000 residents and workers under the age of 65 in nursing hospitals and facilities nationwide received the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is 6.4% of the total vaccinated subjects of 289,000.
AstraZeneca vaccine continues to be vaccinated today in some nursing hospitals.