More than 3.2 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in the United States in the first two weeks of 2021, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Since the COVID-19 vaccine began to be launched in the United States last December, it has been up to each state to decide who is eligible for priority vaccination.
Local media reported that the vaccination work is full of loopholes, and some medical institutions even help wealthy Americans get vaccinated before qualifying for vaccination, which has aroused public dissatisfaction.
In Florida, teachers under the age of 65 are not eligible for priority vaccinations, although considered essential workers, and it is still unclear when they can be vaccinated, according to CBS News.
Kara Hernandez-Matz, Miami-Dade County Public Schools Teacher: Just as jobs like firefighters and police are prioritized, teachers should be prioritized.
A medical center in West Palm Beach, Florida, was accused of providing vaccines to some wealthy people who did not serve, the report said. Omari Hadi, who oversees the health care system in the region, said the practice is and unfair.
In addition, in Wisconsin, Governor Tony Evers said on the 15th that federal government officials had previously promised to distribute the remaining stockpile of coronavirus vaccines to Wisconsin to speed up vaccination, which has clearly been exhausted.