FOX4: As local hospitals become overwhelmed, news of upcoming vaccine gives ICU nurses hope

December 3, 2020

On Wednesday, Britain became the first country to grant emergency approval for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, and soon, the U.S. is expected to follow suit.

Once it's approved, health care workers and those at high-risk will be among the first to get the vaccine. 

FOX4 spoke to Kristin Sollars, an ICU nurse at Saint Luke's Health System, about her reaction to the news.

Watch the full story below.

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