December 23rd – American media reported that Deborah Birx, the U.S. Trump administration’s coronavirus response coordinator, said on the 22nd that she had planned to retire, but was willing to help President-elect Biden’s team fight the epidemic.
Birx posted on social media, according to CNN, saying that she would serve according to the needs of the Biden team, saying “I will help in any role people think I can help, and then I will retire.”
In addition, Birx said she hoped that “the Biden team can successfully fight the epidemic”.
The Associated Press reported on December 10 that Birx, the Trump administration’s epidemic coordinator, is seeking to serve on Biden’s team to continue to play a role.
Birx wants to continue helping the Biden team roll out a vaccine and convince Americans to get the vaccine, the report said. But it’s not yet known from the Biden team how or will continue to play a role in the coronavirus response.
According to reports, Birx studied under Fauci, an American infectious disease expert, and mainly focused on HIV vaccine. Following the outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States
White House set up a coronavirus response task force on February 26, led by Vice President Pence, and appointed Birx as the coordinator of the working group.