OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt tweeted a picture of him meeting with Vice President Mike Pence on Nov. 18.
I had a great meeting with @VP yesterday!— Governor Kevin Stitt (@GovStitt) November 19, 2020
We talked about COVID-19 vaccines that are on the way and our plan to distribute them to health care workers, teachers and the most vulnerable ASAP. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/Tp3QpuszHr
In the tweet, Gov. Stitt said they spoke about possible COVID-19 vaccines and their plan to distribute the vaccines to Oklahoma teachers, health care workers and those most vulnerable as soon as possible.
In a second tweet, Stitt explained how Pence and himself spoke about "protecting the health and lives of Oklahomans while keeping businesses open safely and getting our kids back in school as soon as possible."
This comes as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the state and country.
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Stitt ended his second tweet by saying "Thank you, Mr. Vice President, for your leadership and constant support for our great state."
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