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UNM Health Receives First Doses of Pfizer Coronavirus Vaccine for Frontline Health Care Workers

COVID vaccinations began today at University of New Mexico Hospital.  In the coming days, nearly 3,000 frontline workers who have direct contact with COVID positive patients will be vaccinated. Today's vaccination clinic comes just one day after the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrived at UNMH. 
 
At this time, only frontline workers with COVID positive patient contact are receiving the vaccine but that is expected to expand at the direction of the New Mexico Department of Health as they decide the next tier of individuals who will be vaccinated.
 
Media have full use of all materials posted here. You can find broll footage here, interviews with those who were being vaccinated here, and still photography is downloadable on this site. 

B-roll of vaccinations

Raw interview footage

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Raw interview footage

 

 

 

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First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
First round of COVID-19 vaccinations at UNMH
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