Trump Finally Admits Many Americans Won't Get Vaccine Until April


"If in fact, it looks like that vaccine is safe and effective, I can tell the American public that I will take the vaccine when it's available to me, and I will recommend to my family that they take it", Fauci who has been the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for more than 30 years said.

At a Senate hearing on the US coronavirus response on September 16, Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stressed the importance of wearing a mask to prevent coronavirus spread, despite dismissive comments from President Donald Trump.

Dr Redfield also spoke emphatically of the importance of everyone wearing masks to stop the pandemic, which has killed almost 200,000 Americans. Comparison website surveyed 2,000 Americans to find out, and released their findings in a report.

Mr. Trump says his moves to cut red tape and prepare logistics through his "Operation Warp Speed" have paid off.

Redfield says the first supply of vaccines will likely go to first responders and those most vulnerable to the disease. Interestingly, as I was saying, it will go very well just like what we did with our military, with respect to Isis, did very well.

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Starting September 21st, children in Mishawaka will start coming back to school in person in elementary schools. Since July 1, 10 staff members and 66 students have tested not positive but have quarantined.

Pfizer has said it could have compelling evidence that its vaccine works by the end of October. Speaking at a White House news conference, Trump said distribution would begin within 24 hours of approval. "I trust scientists", Biden said in a speech on Wednesday.

"The Department of Health and Human Services did the rewriting and then "dropped" it into the CDC's public website, flouting the agency's strict scientific review process", the newspaper said. He also stressed that "there's never a 100% guarantee" that timelines will be met. Trump claimed Redfield had misunderstood the question asked him.

Many view a vaccine as the most critical tool in returning to a sense of normalcy to the country, as many children receive school instruction at home, businesses remain closed and the COVID-19 death toll nears 200,000 in the U.S.

Trump, who has painted a rosy picture of the pandemic that has killed almost 200,000 Americans, disputed what Redfield said.