According to Reuters local time on the 7th, US President Biden said that it is difficult for the United States to achieve herd immunity before the end of this summer.
Biden said in an interview broadcast on CBS local time on the 7th that it is very difficult to obtain herd immunity before the end of this summer.
As of Sunday (7th) morning, the United States had received 4,1210,937 doses of coronavirus vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The United States is still the country with the worst coronavirus epidemic in the world. According to the latest statistics released by Johns Hopkins University on the coronavirus, as of 8 a.m.
the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States has reached 2,6,996534, and the number of deaths is 463323. Meanwhile, vaccines are undersupplied in many parts of the United States, and vaccination progress is far short of expectations.
The shortage of vaccines in multiple states, coupled with the lack of effective coordination and coordination, has caused the vaccination work in the United States to be chaotic.
According to a report by U.S. media on January 28, the current coronavirus vaccine distribution and vaccination plan in the United States is progressing slowly.
According to the data of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, less than half of the distributed vaccines have been used in 16 states.
On January 25th local time, Dr. David Kessler, co-chair of the Biden administration’s coronavirus response team, said that vaccinations in the United States are slow and the supply exceeds demand, and most Americans cannot be vaccinated before April or May.