Kent Covington

Friday morning news – December 18, 2020

Cyberattack could be “worst hacking case in the history of America” » Cyberhackers may have broken into systems at the U.S. agency that manages the nation’s nuclear weapons arsenal. 

Thursday morning news – December 17, 2020

FDA panel reviews Moderna emergency use application » The Moderna coronavirus vaccine could take another critical step toward approval today. 

Wednesday morning news – December 16, 2020

Coronavirus vaccine rolls into more states » Truckloads of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine continue to roll into distribution centers across the country. 

Tuesday morning news – December 15, 2020

First U.S. vaccine shots administered » AUDIO: Nice deep breath. Okay, little poke, 1-2-3.  Monday was “V-Day” in the United States as healthcare workers and nursing home residents received the very first public coronavirus vaccine shots. 

Monday morning news – December 14, 2020

Americans could receive first coronavirus vaccine shots today » AUDIO: [Sound of forklift] That could be the sound of lives being saved. Forklifts loading pallets full of coronavirus vaccine supplies into FedEx and UPS tracks in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Friday morning news – December 11, 2020

FDA advisory panel endorses coronavirus vaccine » AUDIO: Dr. Worton votes yes. A group of FDA advisers gave the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine the thumbs up on Thursday.

Thursday morning news – December 10, 2020

FDA meets today to decide on Pfizer vaccine approval » Today could be the day that the Food and Drug Administration authorizes the first coronavirus vaccine in the United States.

Wednesday morning news – December 9, 2020

British woman receives first public dose of Pfizer vaccine » AUDIO: [Sound of vaccine being administered] It was the shot watched round the world. A retired British shop clerk made history on Tuesday. 

Tuesday morning news – December 8, 2020

Thousands of Britons receive vaccine on “V-Day” » Today is “V-Day” in the U.K. That’s what British officials are calling the first day of its vaccination program. And it marks the start of what will soon be a massive global effort to immunize most of the world’s population against the coronavirus. 

Monday morning news – December 7, 2020

COVID-19 infections continue to rise » COVID-19 infections continue to surge across the country with no sign of slowing down anytime soon.