By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As Moderna is seeking FDA emergency authorization use for its Coronavirus vaccine, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says that ‘the symptoms aren’t that bad with the vaccine.”READ MORE: Minority-Led Businesses Take Biggest Hit Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Fitzgerald posted a tweet Monday morning saying that “Allegheny County is always ready to lead the way.”
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I am proud to be part of the @Moderna_tx trial with @HealthAllegheny Director Dr Bogen. The symptoms aren’t that bad with the vaccine & now @Moderna_tx is now going for @us_FDA approval. @Allegheny_Co is always ready to lead the way.READ MORE: Police Investigating After Man Shot In Garfield
Let’s beat this deadly virus. https://t.co/QKE9SX1LFm
— Allegheny Co. Exec. (@ACE_Fitzgerald) November 30, 2020
It was announced in early September that Fitzgerald and Allegheny County Health Department director Dr. Debra Bogen were participating in the trial.