The coronavirus vaccination campaign now seems effective in Uncle Sam’s country. Already heavily affected by the disease with just over 16 million reported cases, the United States wants to dispense with barrier gestures and resort once again to the vaccine. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave the green light to Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine as of Monday, December 14, 2020.
The massive vaccination campaign now seems open to the American people. A huge logistics operation was launched on Friday, December 11, 2020, to distribute the Pfizer-BioNTech alliance vaccine in the United States, just hours after approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
That same Friday, the United States counted nearly 2,600 dead in twenty-four hours and nearly 235,000 new cases, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. Data that shivers down your spine and compels Americans to explore the path of a possible life-saving vaccine.
After the United Kingdom, Canada, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Mexico, the United States thus becomes the sixth country in the world to endorse the remedy of the American-German alliance. The Centers for the Prevention and Control of Diseases (CDC) consider that priority should be given to residents of retirement homes, numbering 3 million, and professionals in the health sector who constitute 21 million across the region. territory.
The rest of the world is crossing their fingers and waiting to be convinced of the effectiveness of this vaccine before making it an absolutely reliable means of fighting Covid-19.