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American billionaires bitterly criticize the distribution of vaccines in their own countries: it can be called a “massacre” of the elderly

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January 7 According to a report on the 6th, billionaire Bill Ackerman, founder and CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management Company, a well-known hedge fund in the United States, posted on social media on the 5th, condemning the existence of vaccines in the process of distribution and vaccination in the United States.

The problem, and called it “logistical failure and mismanagement during the transition period”.

Ackerman criticized that the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States is soaring, but the promotion of the vaccine is still delayed.

The number of confirmed cases in the United States continues to break the record, with an average of 275,000 new confirmed cases per day. At present, 350,000 people have died of COVID-19 in the United States.

On December 30, 2020, the number of single-day deaths in the United States reached a record 3,900. So far, vaccination efforts are still chaotic, and the health department lacks personnel and expertise to manage vaccines to ensure they are delivered to the right areas.

As of January 4, 2021, the number of people in the United States had been less than five million people.

“There is no logistical reason to mess up vaccinations,” Ackerman tweeted.

If Musk (the CEO of Tesla) can provide 500,000 Tesla cars, and Bezos (the CEO of Amazon) can provide instant delivery (same-hour delivery), we can vaccinate every American. It’s time to act!”

Ackerman then tweeted another tweet saying that mismanagement of vaccine distribution was a “massacre” of the elderly.” We are killing the greatest generation in America.

If the virus mainly kills children, not the elderly, will we still sit idly by and let this happen?”

Dr. Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the United States, told ABC on the 3rd that the speed of vaccination against the novel coronavirus will be accelerated in the near future, when the United States can vaccinate 1 million people a day.

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