The White House COVID Test Czar stated that all Americans will get the vaccine by June, and believes that Britain’s super infectious strain is no longer dangerous
- White House Coronavirus Test Tsar Admiral Brett Giroir (Brett Giroir) said he believes all Americans will be vaccinated in late June
- ‘We still hope that any American who wants a vaccine can get the vaccine before June. He said, this is really very exciting.
- He added that the vaccine is effective against new mutant strains emerging in the UK.
- He said that when 70% to 80% of the population has been vaccinated or previously infected, the United States will reach the end of the pandemic
White House Coronavirus Test Tsar Admiral Brett Giroir (Admiral Brett Giroir) said he believes that all Americans will be vaccinated in late June. The vaccine will deal with the emergence of new mutant strains in Europe.
Giroyle said on Sunday’s “Fox News”: “We are clearly proceeding as planned. By the first week of January, 20 million vaccines were distributed. We expect to distribute another 30 million in January and another in February. 50000000,”
“According to the current contract, even if it’s just the vaccine we have now, we still hope that any American who wants a vaccine can get the vaccine by June. It’s really very exciting. This means there will be hundreds of millions of people by then. It can be vaccinated,” he added.
But he warned the public that they must wear masks and keep their distance from society in order to remain “vigilant.”
White House Coronavirus Test Czar Admiral Brett Giroir (Admiral Brett Giroir) said that all Americans will be vaccinated in late June. The vaccine will fight the new mutant strains emerging in the UK
“By taking good mitigation measures and increasing vaccination among vulnerable people, we should clearly see the light at the end of the tunnel. “But we must maintain discipline and must be vigilant,” he said, putting on a mask.
He added that the United States will soon be immunized with cattle, and the pandemic will end after 70% to 80% of the population has been vaccinated or previously infected.
Girol assured that the coronavirus vaccine currently being promoted nationwide will fight against this new virus mutant strain in the UK and is said to be able to spread 70%.
According to NBC News, the mutant strain was found in France, Ireland and Sweden over the weekend.
“We have no evidence, nor do we believe… the vaccine is ineffective. In other words, we believe that the vaccine will be effective against this variant.
‘We still hope that any American who wants a vaccine can get the vaccine before June. It’s really exciting. Girol said: “This means hundreds of millions of people will be vaccinated by then.” People across the country are receiving the first round of COVID-19 vaccine.Long-term care patient Carlos Alegre receives the vaccine at Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center in California on December 21. Upper view
Frontline health care worker Dr. David Rand (Infectious Disease Specialist and Co-Medical Director of Infection Control) received the first dose of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid- at the vaccination site of Torrance Memorial Medical Center in Torrance on December 19th. 19 vaccines, California
UPS employees imagined one of the two shipping containers that shipped the first Pfizer vaccine in Louisville, Kentucky on December 13
He said that since March, current travel restrictions involving the United Kingdom and other European countries will reduce the spread of this variant.
Giroyle said that after vaccinating health care workers and nursing home residents, states should decide who to vaccinate next.
The White House recommends putting people over 75 and other frontline workers first.
When talking about school opening, Giroir said that according to research, parents can send their children back to school even if the child does not receive gunfire.
“I think it is very important for the audience to understand that it is now safe for children to return to school immediately. There are data showing that children can go back to school in person and safely,” Girol said.
He cited a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that schools are not a place where children are easily infected. He said: “Therefore, it is safe and very important for them to return to school even before being vaccinated.”
Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 18.9 million COVID-19 cases have been reported across the country and 331,000 virus-related deaths have been reported.