Johnson & Johnson produced one such candidate and is expected to report on Phase 3 clinical trials by the end of the month.And Fauci said Friday he believes the US can go faster than 1 million shots per day.
Almost 2.4 million of them received a second dose, according to CDC data last updated Thursday morning.Some state and local officials say they aren't getting the vaccines fast enough to meet demand.In Georgia, officials are seeing high numbers of cases, hospitalizations and deaths, and the 120,000 doses allotted per week to the state is not enough to vaccinate seniors and other high-risk residents, Gov.
Vivek Murthy, said the US needs to do more to speed up the vaccinations."We cannot take a year in order to get to the critical levels of vaccination that we need in this country," Murthy told CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Thursday.
(a) national clearinghouse" that provides information on where people can get shots, the White House chief of staff said Thursday night."It needs to be earlier and more transparent for people to figure out how to get their shot and where to get their shot," Ron Klain told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell.New vaccines could be on the wayOfficials hope new coronavirus vaccines will be approved and help speed up the administration.Currently, the US has approved vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna.
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