- The effort to vaccinate 20 million Americans by the end of January is going much slower than anticipated.
- Dr. Fauci believes the coronavirus vaccine rollout in the U.S. has been 'too rigid.'
- The Trump administration this week announced a new strategy that will prioritize vaccine shipments to states capable of administering it quickly.
To say that the coronavirus vaccine rollout in the United States has been disappointing would be a huge understatement. For a variety of reasons, the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer has been plagued by inefficiencies, bureaucratic red tape, and logistical missteps. So while health experts were hoping to vaccinate upwards of 20 million Americans by the end of the month, achieving that goal now seems unlikely.
Hardly a controversial take, even Dr. Fauci has criticized the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the U.S. During an appearance on the "Futures Forum on Preparedness," Fauci said the U.S. approach towards vaccine distribution has been "too rigid."
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