January 16 According to CNN, President-elect Biden announced his U.S. coronavirus vaccination plan on January 15 local time, including expanding the vaccination population, increasing vaccination sites, and taking measures to increase the supply and distribution of coronavirus vaccines.
In addition, it also involves mobilizing more people to participate in vaccination support, carrying out education for all to solve doubts about vaccination hesitant people, and focusing on vaccination equity throughout the United States.
Biden said at an event in Wilmington, Delaware, that most people do not know who is being vaccinated.
All they know is that tens of millions of doses of vaccines are stored in freezers across the United States, and people who need it are not vaccinated.
Biden said things could be difficult before moving towards a benign one, but he said he was confident he would complete 100 million doses of vaccines within 100 days of his tenure.
“Now is the time to set goals and then achieve them with courage and conviction, because health issues across the United States are under threat,” Biden said.
Still, Biden did not provide specific details on how to achieve his goals, such as how to increase vaccine supply, how to supplement the production of vaccination aids, how to track vaccinations in various states.
Biden’s vaccination program encourages states to expand their vaccination population, including teachers, people over 65 and some who are currently not eligible for vaccination, according to a presentation from the Biden team.