Here are six things to know before you set your alarm for Thursday.
1.VACCINE DISTRIBUTION: Healthcare workers in Grove and Miami are next in line to get Pfizer’s vaccine here in Green Country. Integris Hospital said Thursday will be monumental in the fight against COVID-19.
2.TEACHERS GET PRIORITY: Governor Stitt will announce increased prioritization for teachers to receive the vaccine Thursday. There’s a news conference at noon at the state capitol.
3.NEXT STEPS: An FDA board is scheduled to meet about approving Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. It’s the final step before the FDA decides whether to authorize the company’s vaccine for emergency use. Tuesday, regulators called it safe and confirmed its 94% effective.
4.QUESTIONS ANSWERED: There’s a virtual meeting about the search for graves from the 1921 Race Massacre. Researchers from the investigation team will answer questions about the 12 coffins that were discovered during test excavations a few months ago.
5.LET IT SNOW & LET IT GO: If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, Admiral Twin has you covered. You can sing along with the class movie Thursday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 a car.
6.TUNE IN TOMORROW: Thursday, right here on News On 6 at 9, LeAnne Taylor will take us to Florida, where Oklahoma STEM students had a once-in-a-lifetime chance to shoot for the stars for the SpaceX launch.