Read this if you're concerned about future coronavirus strains and if they'll affect the Pfizer or Moderna shots.
From unfounded concerns about severe reactions to confusion over how the vaccine actually works, misinformation is swirling.
Public health experts say more options in addition to the two vaccines now being dispensed are critical to amassing enough shots for the country.
Read this info about the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus shots before you panic about the possibility of a severe allergic response.
Pfizer's shots were the first to be distributed in the U.S., kicking off the nation's biggest vaccination drive.
The emergency use authorization came days after the government approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to follow the panel's recommendation and approve the second coronavirus vaccine.
Distribution of the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer Inc and German partner BioNTech SE began this week.
Pfizer & Moderna, drugmakers with promising coronavirus vaccines, won’t be at a White House “vaccine summit.”
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has vowed to keep the company's COVID-19 vaccine development "out of politics."