Joe Biden anticipates coronavirus vaccine will be available to everyone in July

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  • Joe Biden promised that by July every citizen will be able to apply the vaccine against the coronavirus
  • He anticipates that for Christmas in 2021 the situation in the country may be very different from last year
  • He further said that he would like schools to open at least 5 days a week by the end of April

In his first tour important as president of the United States, Joe Biden promised that by July every citizen will be able to apply the vaccine against the coronavirus, according to information published on the news portal of The Washington Post.

He even anticipates that for the Christmas of this 2021 the situation in the country it can be very different from last year. He further said that he would like schools to open at least 5 days a week by the end of April. “For next Christmas, I think we will be in a very different circumstance,” he said.

Recently, the president assured that the United States will have enough vaccines against COVID-19 by the end of the third quarter of the year, in order to inoculate 300 million Americans.

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Verbatim, he explained, “That’s just the beginning,” Biden said last Thursday. “Our ultimate goal is to defeat COVID-19.”

Also a few days ago, Dr. Anthony Fauci predicted that there would be “vaccines for everyone” against coronavirus (Covid-19) in April in the United States and most people could be protected, according to information published by the AP news agency and The San Diego Union-Tribune.

At the current rate of inoculation, the United States is on track to exceed Biden’s goal of administering 100 million doses of vaccines in his first 100 days in office, with more than 26 million injections in his first three weeks in the White House.

Joe Biden made these remarks about the coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday while visiting Milwaukee on his first major trip since arriving at the White House.

Suddenly a mother with her 8-year-old daughter expressed her concern about the covid and questioned whether they would die from it, so she immediately received a response from the president.

“I know it is a bit worrying. You can’t go to school. You can’t see your friends. And so many children – and I mean, and older people, also, older people – their whole lives have changed ”.

And he added when addressing the little girl: “When things change, people get worried and scared. But don’t be afraid, darling. Do not be afraid. You will be fine. And we’re going to make sure Mom is okay too. “

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