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COVID-19 vaccine comes to Whittier Hospital Medical Center

A ray of hope for besieged health care workers came to Whittier Medical Hospital Center as the first doses of Pfizer’s long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine were given out Wednesday, Dec. 16.

A line of about 30 hospital employees waited early Wednesday afternoon to get their shots. In the next three to five days, 680 doses will be given to nearly every healthcare worker at the hospital.

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