Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Stephen Hahn sought to reassure the public on Saturday that the benefits of Pfizer's COVID-19 ​vaccine outweigh risks, after the agency authorized it for emergency use on Friday evening.
Published: 2020-12-12 10:44 am
FDA chief says he will "absolutely" take COVID-19 vaccine

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