First shots at IWK Health Centre’s community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinic 

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Haligonian Bernice Burns registers for her vaccine at the IWK on Monday, February 22. Burns will be the first senior to get a jab at a community-based vaccination clinic in the province.
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IWK Health Centre nurse Allison Milley preps a vaccine.
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History made: Allison Milley gives the first C19 vaccine to the first senior in the first community-based vaccination clinic in Nova Scotia.
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There it is, the Pfizer vaccine, in the little bottle with the purple top.
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After getting that first inoculation out of the way, Milley carries on vaccinating people like Alvena Poole, one of the 48,000 Nova Scotians who's 80 or older, and therefore eligible for the first wave of shots for the general public.
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There it is, the Pfizer vaccine, in the little bottle with the purple top.

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