Washington (AP) – The United States has shut down President Biden’s goal of injecting 100 million coronavirus vaccines in the weeks leading up to its target month, the White House has said. ,
On Thursday, the Biden administration unveiled plans to “lend” a limited number of vaccines to Canada and Mexico, as the president said the United States was ready to meet its 100-day injection goal “ahead of time.”
“I am proud to announce that tomorrow, 58 days after our administration, we will achieve our goal,” Biden said. He promised to introduce a new vaccine target next week, as the United States is ready to have enough of the three currently approved vaccines to cover the entire adult population in just 10 weeks.
Ahead of Biden, the White House announced that it was finalizing plans to send the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to Mexico արտ Canada during the first export of the film. A spokesman for Psaki said the details of the “loan” were still being worked out, but that 2.5 million doses would go to Mexico and 1.5 million to Canada.
“Our first priority remains to vaccinate the US population,” Psaki said. But he added that “securing the virus from our neighbors is an important step in the mission, a powerful mission to end the epidemic.”
The AstraZeneca vaccine is not yet approved for use in the United States, but has been approved by the World Health Organization. Tens of millions of doses have accumulated in the United States pending emergency authorization, prompting international outcry that the life-saving vaccine is stored when it can be used elsewhere. The White House says only 7 million AstraZeneca units are ready for delivery.
The US-funded Dosage Fund is owned by the federal government under agreements reached with pharmacists. Եւ The Biden administration has clashed with allies around the world over the immediate release of AstraZeneca personnel. Biden also made a direct request to Canadian Prime Minister Just Astin Trudeau and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to buy vaccines made in the United States.
Global public health advocates say rich countries like the United States need to do more to stem the spread of the epidemic. The World Health Organization (WHO) released a report on Thursday stating that more than 7 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Africa to date. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.
Biden has moved to allow the United States to make a financial contribution to the UN համաշխարհային World Health Organization-sponsored COVAX alliance that will distribute vaccines to more than 90 low- and middle-income countries, but the United States has not yet committed to any doses. ,
From the very first days of his tenure, Biden set clear, achievable criteria for the success of the United States, be it vaccinations or reopening schools as part of a clear sub-program strategy, then overdoing it. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
The target of 100 million doses was first announced on December 8, days before the United States had even one authorized vaccine for COVID-19, most notably three that have now received emergency authorization. Nevertheless, it was generally optimistic.
Prior to Biden’s inauguration on January 20, the United States had already struck 20 million strikes at a rate of about 1 million a day, amid complaints that Biden’s goal was not ambitious. During its first 100 days, it quickly revised up to 150 million doses.
The United States is currently injecting an average of about 2.2 million doses a day, and the rate is likely to rise sharply by the end of this month, in line with the expected increase in vaccine supplies.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 96 million doses of injections have been reported to the agency since Biden’s inauguration, but those reports lag behind the actual date of use. Vaccine trend lines indicated that Biden broke the 100 million mark on Thursday, and the figures are likely to be confirmed by the CDC on Friday.
The president has moved to speed up the supply of vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, as well as expand the number of shooting locations to people who can manage them by focusing on the nation’s ability to inject doses. Eliminate supply restrictions.
The risk of overly rosy expectations is that the administration may be determined not to live up to them, such as in May 2020, when President Donald Trump said the people were “overwhelmed” by the virus.
At that time, the country saw about 80,000 deaths from the virus. The death toll in the United States this week exceeded 538,000. Trump’s careless approach and lack of credibility also contributed to poor public safety in American society.