The latest report from NBC News on Tuesday shows that the Trump administration’s Covid-19 vaccine distribution plan needs to shine, because at the current rate, it will take about ten years to vaccinate enough Americans to bring the pandemic under control.
The goal of Warp Speed, a public-private partnership led by Vice President Mike Pence, is to ensure the production and delivery of a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine to the American public to ensure 80% of the 327 million people in the United States. Late.
Mathematics proves that in order to achieve this goal, more than three million people take photos every day.
However, so far, only about 2 million people (mainly front-line medical workers and residents of some nursing homes) have received the first shot of the 11.5 million doses of vaccine provided in the past two weeks. Data from federal and state agencies show.
“I don’t think we will be able to distribute the promised 20 million doses this year,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former Food and Drug Administration member of President Donald Trump and a member of the Pfizer board of directors, on Tuesday. On CNBC.
In the development of other coronaviruses:
- Vice President-elect Kamala Harris received the Covid-19 vaccine at the Moderna Hotel on Tuesday, slightly higher than a week later President-elect Biden received his first dose. “That’s easy,” the masked Harris said with a smile. “I can hardly feel it.”
- NBC News reports that this pandemic has destroyed the dreams of millions of Americans and left more “lag time.”
- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) rejected the Democrats’ proposal to increase the Covid-19 relief check from $600 to $2,000.
- Recently released statistics show that the number of deaths from the coronavirus in Russia may be three times as many as reported.
- People who were HIV positive were initially excluded from Pfizer and Moderna vaccine trials.
- Rapper Lil Pump was banned by JetBlue for life after refusing to wear a mask during a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles on Sunday.
- The cry of California nurse Gayaana Chuklansev (Gayaana Chuklansev) made people “no longer careless” during the pandemic, which is widely circulated on TikTok.
“For example, Georgia only started vaccinating nursing homes yesterday, and the vaccine is currently on the market-it has been approved for nearly three weeks,” Gottlieb said. “As a result, we have been unable to use some of these facilities for a long time.”
But once people started getting the first shots, he said: “I think you will soon start to see the impact on the most vulnerable people.”
Gottlieb (Gottlieb) has served as the FDA data from 2017 to 2019 said that the data shows that the vaccine is “partially protective after the first dose.”
He said: “We don’t know exactly the scale and duration of this protection.” “But there is evidence that there will be some protection after the first dose.”
Late on Tuesday, Biden condemned the Trump administration for “failure to reach” the rate at which Americans were vaccinated.
He said: “We are grateful to companies, doctors, scientists, researchers and clinical trial participants, as well as “Warp Speed Action” for the rapid development of vaccines. “But as I have long worried and warned, efforts to distribute and manage this vaccine have not Make the progress it deserves. “
Both Biden’s Covid-19 advisory board member Dr. Celine Gounder and Brown University’s School of Public Health, Dr. Ashish Jha, have warned that the United States will be far below the Trump administration’s predictions. Everyone who wants to shoot can be taken in the spring. Get a shot before.
The penny who got the first shot earlier this month is currently on vacation in Colorado. However, in a statement by Michael Pratt, spokesperson for Operation Warp Speed, he insisted that “there is an expected lag time between launching a weapon and reporting data.”
Trump has played down the danger of the pandemic for months. The pandemic has now infected 19.4 million people and claimed more than 336,000 lives in the United States. In September, he vowed to ship out by the end of this year. 100 million doses.
But in December, when the first batch of drugs was delivered, Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the top scientist of “Warp Speed Action”, lowered this forecast to 20 million.
The government’s leading epidemiologist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, told CNN on Tuesday: “Well, our numbers will certainly not reach the level of the end of December.”
The U.S. Assistant Secretary of Health and the Trump Administration’s Covid-19 Test Tsar Dr. Brett Giroyle told NBC News’s Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday that 2 million photos have been reportedly taken, which “has been underestimated”.
But he agreed that they will not be able to achieve the goal of vaccinating 20 million people before the new year.
He said: “Similarly, last week’s Christmas holiday, even in slowing down hospitals. It’s only 15 days since the first vaccination.”
In other words, more and more vaccines are spreading to more people.
He said: “We want to do it faster.” “I hope everyone gets vaccinated now. We will get another 30 million doses in January and another 50 million doses in February. This will quickly increase our influence. Especially in our vulnerable communities.”