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First patient treated for COVID-19 at St. Vincent's Medical Center gets vaccine

The first patient to be treated for COVID-19 at St. Vincent's Medical Center, who was in a coma for two months, received his first vaccine Friday.

News 12 Staff

Apr 23, 2021, 11:49 PM

Updated 1,120 days ago

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The first patient to be treated for COVID-19 at St. Vincent's Medical Center, who was in a coma for two months, received his first vaccine Friday.
Rodney Davis, 22, got the vaccine at Sacred Heart University with his mother. He is originally from Venezuela.
Davis says he's very happy to finally get the shot.
He will be attending Sacred Heart University and taking ESL classes before majoring in nursing.
Davis says after his experience, nursing is the best way to help people.


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