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“We are fighting back”: Texas health care workers receiving vaccines look forward to the end of a tragic year

The arrival of the vaccine signaled an emergence from what countless health care workers called the darkest time in their careers.

A vial containing the Pfizer-BioNTech CODID-19 vaccine is prepared to be administered to health care workers at the UT Health/Dell Medical School in downtown Austin on Dec 15, 2020.
Dr. Denisse Ramirez, an Internal Medicine Resident at UTRGV School of Medicine, gives thanks for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at the Medical Education Building in Edinburg. Dec. 19, 2020.

“Brighter and brighter”

Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston received COVID-19 vaccine supply kits in December.

“One step at a time”

People waited in an observation room for 15 minutes after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine  at DHR Edinburg Conference Center  Dec. 19, 2020.

“The beginning of the end”

“A lightness”

“History in the making”

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