U.S. government corona vaccine guidelines to be supplied by January next year Cautious voices September 17 at 6:32 a.m.
The U.S. government has notified Congress of guidelines that it will be ready to promptly supply vaccines for the new coronavirus to the United States by January next year. With some calling for a cautious response to the vaccine supply, it is in line with President Trump’s idea of showing the results of his antivirus in the run-up to the presidential election.
The U.S. Department of Health and Welfare notified Congress today of this guideline.
In this study, the government says it will “prepare by January next year to provide safe and effective vaccines to all Americans who wish to be vaccinated,” and that it will mobilize the military to provide quick supply and work closely with the Department of Defense.
There is also likely to be an aim to show results in the run-up to November’s presidential election, including the prospect that President Trump will be able to supply the vaccine as soon as possible by rushing permits and approvals for the vaccine for the new coronavirus.
Aling these guidelines are in line with the President’s intentions, there have been calls from experts to prioritize the confirmation of safety and efficacy and to take careful action based on clinical trials, which is likely to be a debate.