Biden Advisor Wants Vaccine Distribution Elsewhere Before the US and More Shut-downs
The American economy is recovering from the never-ending two-week shutdown to "stop the spread." While the economy is not where it was before the Coronavirus was unleashed on the world, it is making significant improvements.
Despite these improvements, the Biden administration is considering a six-week lock-down on the economy. "Dr. Michael Osterholm, a coronavirus advisor to President-elect Joe Biden, said a nationwide lockdown would help bring the virus under control in the U.S."
Facts about the Corona Virus from Nancy Pelosi at today's press conference proved the coronavirus has a mortality rate of less than three percent, which includes people who suffer from comorbidities. In the United States, there are 10.5 million reported cases of Covid-19 and 242,000 deaths from this virus. Putting the morbidity rate at 2.3%. Worldwide there are 52.3M cases with 1.29 million deaths. (2.4%)
There have been significant advancements with respect to developing a vaccine. Citing, "Pfizer and partner BioNTech said Monday that their vaccine against Covid-19 was strongly effective, exceeding expectations with results that are likely to be met with cautious excitement — and relief — in the face of the global pandemic."
This is all great news, for the American people, however, one caveat that has gained zero attention that the Biden administration will not be delivering the vaccine to the majority of Americans. Despite the funding for the vaccine was a United States endeavor. Dr. Zeke Emanuel, a member of the 10 person board of Biden's coronavirus task-force is advocating for supplying enough vaccines to Americans to obtain herd immunity while giving other nations the vaccine. His theory is referred to as the "fair priority model."
It was the United States Congress that approved $10 Billion dollars for the Trump administration to create a vaccine for the American public in operation Warp Speed. To ensure that every American could have the vaccine.
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