American medical staff revealed that many rich people in California want to “jack in line” to be vaccinated
December 20th According to CNN on the 19th, many medical staff in California medical institutions said that they had received many calls from high-income customers in the hope of making donations to obtain scarce coronavirus vaccines early. However, these requests have been rejected.
A Los Angeles Medical Center staff member reportedly said that a client was willing to donate $25,000 to the hospital in exchange for a coronavirus vaccine as soon as possible.
The staff member, who is responsible for serving VIP customers, has applied for the California vaccine distribution center and purchased special refrigerators to store Pfizer vaccines.
He said he had told customers who called that they had to wait because the first vaccines would be distributed to those who needed protection most. At the same time, he also admits that such refusal is not easy.
It is reported that earlier this week, California received 327,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine, which will be provided to front-line medical personnel in the fight against the epidemic. So far, the number of coronavirus deaths in California has exceeded 22,000.