A woman brags on Facebook who got her COVID-19 vaccine through contacts

A California hospital admits it has given the COVID-19 vaccine to “multiple” people who are not health care workers online – after a woman took to Facebook to brag that she got a dose because a member of her family was connected. “When I woke up this morning, I didn’t think I would get a COVID-19 vaccine today. But here we are. The woman, who reportedly is a 33-year-old Disney employee, wrote in a post that has since been deleted. That “science is fundamentally my religion, so this was a big thing for me.”

The Pasadena Star News She reported that the woman, whose name was withheld, posted a photo of a vaccination card from Redlands Community Hospital. The hospital did not confirm that a particular woman had been vaccinated, but said that after doctors and staff received the vaccine, “several doses remained.” “Because the reconstituted Pfizer vaccine must be used within hours or discarded, several doses have been administered to health care workers from outside the front lines so that the valuable vaccine is not eliminated,” she added. Andrew Neimer, assistant professor of public health at the University of California, Irvine, told the newspaper that the statement “does not pass the odor test.”

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