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The Pandemic data in the United States hit a new high. Where is the “vaccine miracle”?!

by YCPress

The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States continues to worsen after the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeded 20 million on the first day of the New Year and the number of deaths exceeded 350,000 on the second day of the New Year.

On the 2nd, local time, 277,000 new confirmed cases were confirmed in the United States, the highest number of new confirmed cases in a single day since the outbreak of the pandemic.

In addition, according to the data of the “pandemic Tracking Project” of Atlantic Monthly, as of the 3rd local time, the number of COVID-19 patients in the United States has exceeded 100,000 for 33 consecutive days, more than 110,000 in 21 consecutive days, and more than 120,000 in 7 consecutive days.

At present, the medical system in many parts of the United States is overwhelmed, and the reception capacity is on the verge of limit.

In order to “miraclely” curb the out-of-control pandemic, the United States began to vaccinate the novel coronavirus from the middle of last month.

But today, not only is the vaccination progress far behind expectations, but the whole process is constantly chaotic, which has once again covered the already emerging dawn of the pandemic with a dark haze.

At this speed of vaccination, “It will take 10 years to control the Pandemic!”

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved two emergency applications for the use of COVID-19 vaccine last month, one jointly developed by Pfizer and German biotechnology company, and the other by Modena in the United States.

Subsequently, the first vaccines were distributed throughout the United States.

According to previous plans, the United States should complete the first dose of vaccination for 20 million people by 2020.

However, the latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that as of the 2nd of this month, the number of people in the United States who were vaccinated for the first dose of vaccine was only 4.2 million, which was much slower than expected.

Vox News Network reported that the largest vaccination in American history has tested the coordination ability of the federal government and states. Some officials said states need at least $8.4 billion to complete vaccination efforts; yet, so far, they have only received $340 million.

In the face of a serious lack of funds and manpower, there are naturally various omissions in the vaccination work in the United States.

In West Virginia, 42 local people who were supposed to have been injected the first dose of the vaccine at the end of last year, but medical staff were injected with antibodies to treat COVID-19 in a hurry.

Vaccination progresses so slowly that people’s hopes are getting worse and less. Many medical workers who believed that they would be given priority vaccinations found this to be a naive illusion.

Most states have entered the third week of vaccination, but they have still failed to prioritize vaccination services for front-line personnel as promised by the government.

Moreover, due to the “first come, first served” principle for groups over 65 years old in some areas, some elderly people are queuing up all night to get an injection, and others try to jump the queue, which almost triggered conflict.

And “vaccinated in groups” itself is likely to become a super-spreading event of COVID-19, which will cause new concerns.

Some American media recently issued an article pointing out that the analysis results show that at the current rate, it will take 10 years to vaccinate enough Americans.

In the face of criticism that vaccination is slower than expected, US President Trump is still trying to pass the blame, as he defended in his tweet recently: “The federal government has distributed the vaccine to the states, and it is up to the states to decide. Move!

Health management expert Sharif Nahal pointed out that there is no overall plan for vaccine distribution and vaccination in the United States at present, so confusion is inevitable.

Nahal: “It’s very unfortunate that the United States does not have a national overall plan.

“Giving the task entirely to state health departments and medical institutions creates a lot of confusion, and there has been a lot of confusion.”

How much do you know about vandalism, halving vaccination…

The serious delay in vaccination progress has made the American people anxious, and the chaos in the vaccination process has reached the point of worrying.

According to several American media reports, a pharmacist in a medical institution in Wisconsin, USA, was arrested for vandalizing more than 500 doses of COVID-19 vaccine and faced multiple felony charges.

According to the report, the pharmacist took the vaccines out of the refrigerator for two consecutive nights, causing them to be stored at room temperature for an overtime time.

When the incident was discovered, medical staff had vaccinated 57 people against the invalidation. Medical experts are keeping a close eye on the body response of the vaccinators, although vaccine makers say there are no other safety risks to vaccine failure. The remaining invalid vaccines have been scrapped.

There are also scary words from “vaccine experts”.

According to Reuters, Monsef Slavy, the chief adviser of the U.S. vaccine and drug solution plan, said in an interview with the U.S. media recently that the U.S. government is considering injecting some people with half a dose of Modena vaccine to achieve “rapid vaccination”.

This “high argument” will undoubtedly further aggravate the long-standing “vaccine doubts”.

In fact, many Americans are not willing to vaccinate because of the safety of vaccines.

For example, Ohio Governor DeVine said that about 60% of nursing home workers in the state refused to be vaccinated.

In addition to safety factors, there are deeper reasons for doubts about vaccines.

Many experts point out that all the issues about COVID-19 have been extremely politicized in the United States, and the process of promoting vaccine research and production by the United States government has been “unbelievably fast”, which has greatly affected people’s trust in the vaccine.

U.S. President Trump touted vaccines as a holiday miracle in his last year-end holiday speech last month.

However, the various bad performances of the U.S. government on vaccine issues and the chaos in the distribution and vaccination process make people wonder whether the legendary “vaccine miracle” will occur…