According to government officials, when all states open their eligibility to the public or at least have announced plans to make it public, Biden will announce that every adult in the country is eligible to be vaccinated before April 19. The deadline is May 1st.
Biden announced last week that by April 19th, 90% of adults will be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine and establish vaccination sites within five miles of their residence. Biden said that the number of pharmacies participating in the federal pharmacy vaccination program has increased from the current 1
7,000 to 40,000.
CNN previously reported that all 50 states have announced when they plan to open vaccination to everyone who is eligible (if they have not already done so). Oregon, South Dakota, Nebraska, Hawaii, and New Jersey are currently planning to disclose their eligibility before May 1, so it remains to be seen how Biden’s statement changes plans in these states. Biden is expected to praise the governor’s efforts to achieve the deadline for this change he proposed on May 1.
The president plans to visit the vaccination site in Alexandria, Virginia on Tuesday, and then comment on the White House’s vaccination status. By then, he is expected to administer 150 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine within the first 75 days of his tenure, which is in line with his set goal of 200 million injections within 100 days of his tenure.
Biden will tout how the United States reported more than 4 million doses of coronavirus vaccine in a single 24 hours last weekend. The record came when federal officials put Johnson & Johnson officials in charge of the Baltimore facility, and the production of another vaccine by AstraZeneca was stopped after a composition error destroyed a potential 15 million single injection dose.
As other countries clamored for more gunshots, including the United States, Biden also planned to say on Tuesday that the United States was the first country to execute 150 million shootings. According to a report by Data World, as of Monday night, the United States had injected more than 165 million doses, and China, the second-ranked country, had injected less than 140 million doses.
The president will say that data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more than 65% of people over the age of 65 have been vaccinated, and more than 55% of them have received the full course of vaccination-this percentage was when he was in the United States. Is 8%. Take office.