After nearly a year of lockdowns and COVID restrictions many Americans have forgotten what “normal” feels like. However, their normal lives may be just in reach.
Fox News reported:
“The United States is on track to hit President Joe Biden’s goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans against coronavirus on Friday, just 58 days after his inauguration. In an update provided Thursday, Biden said that while the number is encouraging, the country still has much work to do before it can declare victory against the virus.
Biden said current data reflects that 65% of people ages 65 and older in the U.S. have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, while 36% of this population are fully vaccinated. He said reaching this level is key as “this is the population that represents 80% of the well over 500,000 COVID-19 deaths in America.”
The United States is currently out pacing the rest of the world, as it consistently has been throughout the height of the pandemic.
The United States had fewer deaths per capita than many of our foreign counterparts, and the most effective testing system on the face of this planet, thanks to President Trump’s efforts last year.
Biden claims that the U.S. is administering 2.5 million shots per day. It is almost unbelievable that this is even possible.
Even though we are on track to have administered 300 million vaccines by July, Biden is still telling Americans to stay home and not jump the gun.