On Monday, President Joe Biden announced that 98% of Americans would need to take the COVID-19 vaccine to “return to normalcy” in the country.
While publicly taking his own booster shot, reporters asked, “How many Americans do we need to be vaccinated to return to normal?”
Biden replied, “97%, 98%. I think we have to get around the terrible. But I am not a scientist. I think one thing is for sure. A quarter of the country cannot be vaccinated and our problem will not continue. ”
Reporter: “How many Americans do we need to vaccinate to get back to normal?”
Biden: “97%, %%. I think we’re going to get pretty close. But I’m not a scientist. I think one thing is for sure. A quarter of the country can’t be vaccinated and we don’t have a problem.” pic.twitter.com/oT0zRXxpJo
– Townhall.com (owntownhallcom) September 27, 2021
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Vaccination rates among Americans have dropped dramatically from 97% to 98%, figures quoted by Dr. Anthony Anthony Fauci. In March, Fawcett predicted that immunization could be achieved with a vaccination rate of 70% to 85%.
There was no immediate word from the White House on the whereabouts of Biden.
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As of mid-September, about 55% of the U.S. population had been fully vaccinated, according to a report in The Daily Caller.
In addition to the CDC recommending Pfizer vaccine booster shots for high-risk groups of Americans and front-line workers over the age of 5 on Friday, the Biden administration is pushing for more Americans to be vaccinated, especially if they received the first dose six months ago.
There seems to be something wrong with this biden’s speech about the covid booster. The CDC director did not announce booster approval until midnight last night, so when did the WH plan the event and prepare this lecture? It seems that the WH told the CDC what to do so that they could do the show.
– Ari Fleisher September 24, 2021
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Can Covid be like the flu?
Although the 2020 lockdown has not returned to most places, orders for masks and vaccines are still in place in various parts of the country. There is also controversy over the use of booster shots. How long the booster may be needed, and how many will be needed, is still unclear.
Dr. Fawcett also speculates that covid may be a seasonal concern, much like the flu.
Back in May, he said:
“So it is conceivable that for a year or two from now, when you have a respiratory virus like the flu at certain seasons, people may actually reduce your chances of wearing a mask. This will spread respiratory diseases, “he said.
On Monday, Pfizer CEO Albert Borla said during an appearance on ABC News, “Within a year, I think we will be able to return to normal life.” He added that “annual vaccinations may be required.”
ICYMI: Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer, said: “Within a year, I think we’ll be back to normal.”
He added that “annual vaccinations” may be required. pic.twitter.com/F5CxA3sZb8
– Count (here count) September 27, 2021
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