Aug. 9 2021 As a result of the spread of the new coronavirus “Delta” variant strain, more and more Americans are trying to get a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine by taking advantage of the country’s vaccine surplus and the government’s loose tracking of people who have been fully vaccinated. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has yet to approve coronavirus vaccine boosters for Americans.
According to Time Magazine 7, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that more than 900 people have been vaccinated against enhancers, but because these cases are actively notified by the health care system, so in fact, more people should be vaccinated. Reported that some people were able to get enhancers, because they went to another state to get a third shot of the vaccine, some will falsely claim not to have been vaccinated or only the first dose, some are not asked about vaccination history, and some use false names to register vaccinations, so they did not tell themselves that they have completed two doses of vaccination.
In an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal, political cartoonist Ted Rall explained that he was given a coronavirus vaccine booster because of lung problems, including asthma, swine flu and recurrent bronchitis and pneumonia. “After reading a report, I made up my mind that states could throw away 26.2 million doses of unused vaccines because of low vaccination demand across the country. My decision had no effect on policy, and I saved a dose of vaccine from the trash,” Lahr said.
On the other hand, low vaccination rates have also led to criticism. Welch, a graduate student from Maine, blames those who refuse to vaccinate for political reasons. In the United States, only about 60 percent of eligible people are vaccinated. “Their absolute demands for freedom and their screams are trampling on our public health and community safety,” Welch criticized.