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    Biden claimed iden we haven’t a cavid vaccine when He took office

    President Biden claimed at one point during a Granthshalatown hall on Tuesday that his administration did not have the coronovirus vaccine available. Biden received his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNotech vaccine on 21 December and the second dose in January. Discussing the issue of vaccine supplies during the town hall, Biden initially stated that 50 million doses were available when he took office. President Biden confirmed that the COVID-19 vaccines will be widely available to the general public by the end of July. “By the end of July we will have over 600 million doses, enough to vaccinate every single American.” #BidenTownHall https://t.co/K3sxmUXFdG pic.twitter.com/xTkje54Aqx – Granthshala(@CNN) February 17, 2021 “We came to the office, there were only 50 doses available. We will have over 600 million doses by the end of July, ”Biden told host Anderson Cooper. However, Biden also stated that “we came into the office and found out … there was nothing in the refrigerator, figuratively and literally speaking, and there were 10 million doses a day that were available.” (The initial goal of the Biden administration was to administer 1 million vaccine doses per day, a pre-determined pace at the time the president was sworn in) “This is one thing for the vaccine we don’t have when we come into office.” Thea., But “one also needs a commentator”, Biden later told Cooper, when Americans were asked about the logistics of getting the shots. According to the Bloomberg Vaccine Tracker, America currently supplements the coronovirus vaccine Giving an average of 1.7 million doses per day of 1.7 million. Vaccination speed has steadily increased since December 14, when a New York nurse got the first shot outside of a clinical trial. The Biden administration developed COVID vaccines. And has undermined previous administration’s efforts in supporting the distribution. Vice President Kamala Harris said the Biden administration was starting from scratch “on the production of vaccines in an interview with Accreos,” opposing Dr. Fauci , Who said in January “We’re definitely not starting from scratch Because the activity is going on “in distribution. “Additionally, Biden addressed the halted reopening of school districts across the US during the town hall, the report said, adding that his administration planned to open the school for one day per week, an incorrect way Biden Countered White House press secretary Jane Saki, who administered last week the hope that “schools will open at least one day a week for 100 days.” Sasaki later said that the administration was committed to opening the school five days a week that the coronovirus mitigation measures were in place. “Your administration had targeted to open most of the schools in your first 100 days. Now you are saying that this means that they can be open for at least one day in the school week. “That’s not true. It was a mistake in communication,” Biden said, adding that his administration’s goal was to open school in grades K-8 for five days a week.



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