November 27th – On the 26th local time, Moncef Slaoui, director of Operation Warp, the Trump administration’s coronavirus vaccine research and development program, said that he may leave in the near future. He said that he was more optimistic about the new government that came to office.
According to the U.S. political news website Politico on the 26th, Slaughter said in an interview that he may leave “at the end of this year or early next year”. However, he pointed out that this decision has nothing to do with the current regime transition.” I’m actually more optimistic about the upcoming new term than this government. “It’s not black or white,” Schloy said. “I can stay on if needed.”
The report pointed out that after taking over Operation Warp in May, Schrouy has invested more than $10 billion in six vaccines and multiple therapies.
He said that he had always known that the work was temporary and that it was getting closer and closer to the goal of approving two vaccines and two drugs. Schloy said he has not yet been in contact with Biden, but Trump administration officials have already held meetings with the Biden team on “Operation Warp.” We share information as long as we have contact, but we are still waiting.