CHARLESTON, WV (WTRF) — During his semi-daily press conference Wednesday, Nov. 25, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says two COVID-19 vaccines may be available by mid-December.
Justice says the first batch of vaccine will be coming from Pfizer and should be arriving between December 10-12, with the Moderna vaccine following.
The governor says both vaccines require two shots. There is a 21-day gap for the Pfizer vaccine and 28 days for the Moderna vaccine.
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