On Wednesday, Britain became the first Western country to authorize the Pfizer vaccine, clearing the way for mass inoculations to curb COVID-19, which has killed more than 1.4 million people worldwide.
The Pfizer vaccine is expected to arrive in Ohio next week, offering hope and relief to front-line health care workers.
Hospitalizations due to the coronavirus have jumped 200% in the last month, with rural areas bearing the brunt.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we talk about the latest news on the virus, the vaccine and new CDC recommendations with medical professionals to answer some of the questions about COVID-19.
Stacey Gabriel, president and CEO, Hocking Valley Community Hospital
Dr. Ruth Mullowney-Agra, infectious disease physician, Mount Carmel Grove City