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Alabama governor gets vaccine, calls it 'a safe thing to do'



Gov. Kay Ivey become one of the first governors to receive the coronavirus vaccine on Monday. 

She received the first of two shots of the Pfizer vaccine at a hospital to encourage trust and confidence in the vaccine. Ivey said she wanted to send a clear message that the vaccine is safe.

Health officials have asked Alabamians to be especially safe this Christmas season so as not to spread COVID-19 even more. More than 4,380 people have died from the illness throughout the state.

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