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Controversy and questions about the corona vaccine in America, raising questions about Trump’s demands

There has been controversy in the United States over the slow and uneven process of coronary vaccination. This is what Donald Trump is targeting. The Trump administration promised that 20 million people would be vaccinated by 2020. However, as of December 31, only 2.7 million people had been vaccinated. By January 2011, that number had reached 3.5 million. According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.24 million vaccines were delivered to the states at the end of last year. However, the pace of vaccination was much slower than that.

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Many states have objected that the full burden of vaccine spending has been placed on their foreheads. They are also tasked with assembling all the staff and materials needed for vaccination. These states have demanded more agencies from the federal government. President Trump said in a tweet last Wednesday that the federal administration has provided vaccines to the states. Now it is up to the states to vaccinate the people.

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President-elect Joe Biden two days ago complained to the Trump administration that the vaccine supply plan was also behind schedule. Biden promised that after becoming president on January 20, he would ensure that the federation administration took the lead in vaccinating. In the first 100 days of his tenure, he will guarantee that 100 million people will be vaccinated. It is noteworthy that each person has to take two coronary vaccines at a certain interval.

According to local media, the union administration has restricted the transport of vaccines only to states. All subsequent work is on the forehead of the state. Corona vaccine is a big problem when storing. There is also a special way of administering this vaccine, the full training of which was not given to the staff present. In the United States, emergency use of vaccines from Fizer and Mordena has been approved so far. A few more vaccines are expected to be approved here this year. Some experts say that the speed of vaccination may increase after this.

Significantly, two Pfizer vaccines should be administered at 21-day intervals. Two Mordenar vaccines will be given at 28-day intervals. Shipments of the second vaccine are still in force by the federal administration. He said that these will be provided after the time of planting. Anthony Fauchi, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the first attempt brought more people to receive the first vaccine. Companies are developing vaccines in this way. Faucci said that if the first vaccine is applied properly, it can also work, because the second vaccine must be administered as a reserve vaccine.

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TV channel CN’s medical analyst Dr. Lena Wayne said in a program that a few months ago the federal government should have created the infrastructure for vaccination. He should have borne the full cost. There should have been a system that could know at every moment where the vaccination process was suspended. However, the supply of vaccines is not working properly.

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