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Biden admin could end pandemic by September; buys 200M + doses

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YES GIVE ME THE THING THAT I LOVE. JUST VACCINATE ME

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Halle

Sounds like progress finally!

Although with this whole vaccine thing, the biggest problem isn't the ordering of millions of doses... but the actual delivery of them (at least, on time). Hope this issue disappears soon cause Europe, for example, is struggling with this.

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And they'd only need to delay my Chromatica Ball date for one more month :hor:

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PunkTheFunk

"Nearly every American inoculated"

Does this account for the 50% of Americans who are anti-vax?

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bionic
2 minutes ago, PunkTheFunk said:

"Nearly every American inoculated"

Does this account for the 50% of Americans who are anti-vax?

Probably not, knowing how ignorantly optimistic Dem leaders are

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10 minutes ago, Halle said:

Sounds like progress finally!

Although with this whole vaccine thing, the biggest problem isn't the ordering of millions of doses... but the actual delivery of them (at least, on time). Hope this issue disappears soon cause Europe, for example, is struggling with this.

My Country even more so than Eurooe

 

Canada actually has the most orders on a per capita basis and that hasnt helped cuz of constand delays in deliveries. And in fact we got the biggest reductions of anyone due to delays 

 

So now im wondering what was the point of spending so much money on contracts to get vaccines early when clearly were not getting them early at all :flop:

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FATCAT
7 minutes ago, bionic said:

Probably not, knowing how ignorantly optimistic Dem leaders are

Honestly I think the hyperbole over this anti-vaxx thing is pretty incorrect, even anti-vax people will get the vaccine if it means returning to normal. Sure, there's always people that will resist it, but it's not that many people.

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FATCAT
15 minutes ago, Halle said:

Sounds like progress finally!

Although with this whole vaccine thing, the biggest problem isn't the ordering of millions of doses... but the actual delivery of them (at least, on time). Hope this issue disappears soon cause Europe, for example, is struggling with this.

Biden is planning to get national guard and other troops to help deliver and distribute the vaccine, so I'm sure we'll be sputtering towards success as soon as the vials can get delivered. There's no shortage of people lining up.

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But just because the amount of vaccines could potentially give every American an opportunity to have the vaccine...it doesn't mean everyone will take it. For sure we know at least half of the country is against it and even more of the other 50% are questioning the safety and effectiveness of even getting it. 

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Halle
29 minutes ago, FATCAT said:

Biden is planning to get national guard and other troops to help deliver and distribute the vaccine, so I'm sure we'll be sputtering towards success as soon as the vials can get delivered. There's no shortage of people lining up.

To be more clear... not the actual delivery process but the availability of the reserved amount is the issue. So many countries who have reserved more than sufficient amounts of vaccine doses are just getting delays from the vaccine developers (Pfizer etc.). Here in Denmark, for example, we just got a 3-4 week delay recently 😑

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KanyeWest

"end pandemic"

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