The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History received the vial from the…


The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History received the vial from the first authorized Covid-19 vaccine dose administered in the US. The museum formed a task force last April aimed at chronicling events from the past year as well as documenting the effects the pandemic has had on businesses, work, politics and culture, said a news release. “These now historic artifacts document not only this remarkable scientific progress but represent the hope offered to millions living through the cascading crises brought on by COVID-19,” museum director Anthea M. Hartig said. ⁠

(📸: Jaclyn Nash/National Museum of American History)



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  1. 😬 I’m gonna need to take a beat before I visit a Covid exhibit. Not trying to take a stroll down memory lane anytime soon.

  2. 🏴☠️🏴 Brazilians are abandoned and dying, due to the irresponsibility of government officials, especially President Jair Bolsonaro. We ask for help and support.☠️🏴☠️

  3. I’am saving my first hand sanitizer bottle and my first face mask, maybe it will cost a fortune in the future, oh! also the wrapping of my first extra large pack of toilet paper 😀 lmao!!!

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