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COVID-19: VACCINE Trial Starts Volunteer Jen Haller Gets 1st Vaccine Shot

Coronavirus disease or the COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new virus from a preexisting family of viruses known to humankind.

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While this pandemic is making rounds everywhere there is a little good news to hear, in Seattle, a COVID-19 (coronavirus) vaccine in its early stages was injected in its first self volunteer

COVID-19: 1st Volunteer Jen Haller explains why she did it?

When asked by an interviewer on the CNN Chris Cuomo why she did so while many fears of getting stuck in the worst situation. To this, she said, that there couldn’t be a better opportunity than this and she could deny this opportunity to volunteer. This is something easy for her to decide and what she had to do, She feels blessed to do something, While everyone around feels so helpless and she feels blessed that she could do something about it. And for her to be the first volunteer for the COVID-19 vaccine was a great opportunity.

Credits: VOA News & YouTube (First State of COVID-19 Vaccine Tests Begin in Seattle)

Big Question Who is Jen Haller?

Jen Haller who already on highlights being the first person who volunteered to test the first shot of coronavirus or COVID-19 possible as she had worked at @Attunely for about a year which is a company focused on the financial services industry incorporating machine learning, for a year.

Image Credits: abc.net.au In the image Jennifer Haller got a first coronavirus vaccine shot.
Jen Haller and her dog Ringo. (Photo courtesy of Jen Haller)

Does this mean we will have a COVID-19 vaccine soon?

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THE TAKEAWAY

Below we share a few pieces of information that will be helpful for you to tackle the COVID-19

How to wash your hands with Hand Sanitizer

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HANDWASHING

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How to protect yourself against COVID-19

What can you do to fight the stigma associated with COVID-19?

Words matter! Stigma can isolate people, prevent them from seeking medical care, and adopt healthy behaviours. Watch this short video to learn more about how you can help to tackle the stigma associated with COVID-19. More information on COVID-19 available at: who.int/covid-19

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Let’s take The Safe Hands challenge

#COVID19 #SafeHands #coronavirus

If you are until here then this bonus tip is for you

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