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  • from New York toe LOS Angeles Americans got the first doses of the recently approved Pfizer vaccine on Monday as the U.

  • S past another staggering milestone.

  • 300,000 deaths from the coronavirus with cases surging and hospital resource is stretched to the brink, last week was the deadliest in the United States since the pandemic began.

  • 17,000 Americans died from Cove it in one week alone.

  • Martha Navarro and I See You nurse in Los Angeles and an interview with Reuters held back tears as she described the intense told the crisis is taking on health care workers.

  • I was scared your toe and he'll cover.

  • I cry.

  • There are times when I cry in the car scoop.

  • I'm sorry having to see my family explaining to them why Maybe I'm not emotionally ready or prepared to be sharing a dinner with them or why I'm not there with them because I have to stay here long hours.

  • They say they understand, but in reality, when a 16 year old needs his mother and she's not there, it's difficult, very difficult.

  • The vaccine is safe.

  • I see you.

  • Nurse Sandra Lindsay became one of the first Americans to receive a vaccine dose on Monday in New York City and in Washington, D.

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  • Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar was on hand for the inoculations of some of the first frontline workers at the George Washington University Hospital.

  • Dr.

  • Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert.

  • Burt said that while the vaccine would provide much needed relief, Americans won't be out of the woods anytime soon.

  • I don't believe we're gonna be able to throw the masks away and forget about step physical separation and concrete settings for a while, probably likely until we get into the late fall and early next winter.

  • More than half of U.

  • S states have enacted new lock down restrictions, as many hospital intensive care units are nearly full.

  • Health care workers and nursing home residents will be the first to get the two dose vaccine regimen given three weeks apart.

  • Next will be essential workers, as determined by individual states and elderly people with underlying health conditions.

  • But Dr Fauci said, for all the progress that's been made in the battle against co vid, there is much science still doesn't understand about the virus.

  • There's something very strange about a virus that in most people don't barely bothers them.

  • And in others, it kills them.

  • We still don't understand why that's the case.

  • Right now, we need to find that out.

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U.S. coronavirus deaths cross 300,000 as help arrives

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