It’s been a tough year for health workers, so Boston Medical Center Received the first shipment of the corona virus vaccine, Which provided a rare moment of happy catharsis.
Dressed in masks, masks and medical attire, PMC staff danced on Liso’s “Good as Hell” sidewalk to celebrate childbirth, an energy and improved anthem that became a sleeper hit in the days before the epidemic.
Kate Walsh, the center’s PMC president, shared a clip of the staff dancing on Twitter New Dictoc account.
“Why I like my job [at Boston Medical Center]! ”Walsh wrote.
Why I like my job_The_BMC! Groups of people who are excited by their friends celebrating the arrival of vaccines and working to distribute vaccines safely and evenly to their front line colleagues! A great day, a great place. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/XfrIthFIY5
– Kate Walsh (ate Gate Walshcio) December 14, 2020
Boston Medical Center received 1,950 doses of Pfizer-Bioentech vaccine on Monday and plans to give the shots to staff Wednesday. Thousands of staff are expected to receive the shot by this weekend, while other area hospitals expect shipments to arrive by Tuesday.
Leading health workers who treat COVID-19 directly will have priority in getting the shot During the first phase of the release of Massachusetts. Other health workers can then receive the vaccine in the first phase.
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