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More than 100 million Americans may be vaccinated with the new crown vaccine in the next 100 days

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/12/4 8:31:12     readed:245

According to foreign media BGR reports, promising new coronal vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna may eventually help us defeat covid-19 in the middle and late 2021.According to a senior adviser to operation warp speed, 100 million Americans could be vaccinated by the end of February.Dr. Fudge has said that 80% of Americans need vaccinations to fight the new crown virus effectively.

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"If we get the vast majority of people vaccinated, you have an effective vaccine on the one hand, and a high vaccination rate on the other ," Fudge said ." When we into the second and third quarters of this year, we can start getting things back to a relatively normal state, and people can start doing things that were too dangerous a few months ago ."

Of course, this raises two questions. First of all, what percentage of Americans are willing to receive the new crown vaccine? Second, how can the dose be produced quickly to vaccinate a significant proportion of the population?

As for the second question, Dr. Moncef Slaoui, chief scientific adviser for the Curvature Speed Initiative, recently said 100 million Americans could be vaccinated within 100 days.

At best, Slaoui said, by the end of february, the u.s ." will have the potential to immunize 100 million people, which is actually the size of a significant high-risk group: the elderly, health care workers, front-line workers, people with complications ."

Before reaching this milestone, slaoui expects 20 million Americans to be vaccinated by the end of this year and 50 million by the end of January.

Of course, persuading Americans to get a new crown is a challenge. "We are very, very worried about people not getting vaccinated ," Slaoui said recently.

As early as September ,49 percent of Americans said they were hesitant to vaccinate COVID-19 because of concerns about side effects. Fortunately, the number has fallen after encouraging results for Pfizer and Moderna.

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