FDA Gave Full Approval to Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid Shot

The Food and Drug Administration or popularly known as the FDA has given the full approval to Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on Monday. This thus became the first vaccine that has been created in the United States to win the coveted designation. This is going to give the people and the public officials a more sure and granted way to accept the vaccine mandates.

Till the current time being, the mRNA vaccine or you might know it as a vaccine that had been available in the market as Comirnaty. This had been on the use and people have been using it but it was actually on the market under an Emergency Use Authorization that was granted by the FDA in December.

FDA Gave Full Approval to Pfizer-BioNTech's Covid Shot

After that time, there had been more than 204 million Pfizer shots that must possibly have been administered to the people in the country. This info is reliable as we are getting it from a kind of data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They are very meticulous with their stuff.

FDA scientists had been evaluated “hundreds of thousands of pages” of the vaccine data and info that has been collected and that has possibly helped in the process and production of the vaccine. This is indeed a big step taken by the FDA and they have finally given their approval to one of them. This statement was given, according to the U.S. agency.

Pfizer’s vaccine has been good and they have been successful in meeting with the agency’s “high standards for safety, effectiveness, and manufacturing quality,” in case you are wondering this was a statement made by a person in the FDA. “While millions of people all around the world and in the United States have already been safe after they have received COVID-19 vaccines, we understand that the FDA approval of a vaccine is going to be psychologically more pleasing to the people. Many people have  now got the confidence and the additional push that they needed to get vaccinated.”

This is a big step that has been achieved by the United States. It is indeed going to help those vaccine mandates, that’s for sure!

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