In mid-December 2020, the United States approved two coronavirus vaccines for emergency use, and it was originally planned to vaccinate 20 million people nationwide by the end of that year.
However, data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on the 5th show that less than 4.84 million people have completed the first dose of vaccination so far.
In response, some American health experts pointed out again that the reason for the problem is the lack of national planning and coordination in the United States.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on the 5th that as of that morning, more than 4836,000 people in the United States had been vaccinated against the first dose of the novel coronavirus, which is still far from the previously stated goal of 20 million people by the end of 2020.
Many states in the United States have not met the target of vaccination against the novel coronavirus.
Take California, as an example, California Governor Newsom said on the 4th that California received 1.3 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, but only about 454,000 people were vaccinated.
In response, Los Angeles health experts said that there is currently no national vaccination program in the United States, and the states are fragmented and lack coordinated arrangements.
Such a chaotic situation has led to the slow progress of vaccination and the effect is far below the target.
LA health expert Kyle: I think the situation is now that we have plans to produce vaccines, but we don’t have a national vaccination plan, so in Los Angeles, we are still waiting for clear information on where to vaccinate and when ordinary people other than medical personnel will be notified to get vaccinated. Many details need to be finalized.