"We cannot expect the population will be immune so soon. We are carrying over the mishandling of the pandemic that former President Donald Trump left behind," Biden assured, informing that 1.3 million doses per day are being applied in the U.S.
For the country to achieve herd immunity, 75 percent of the 328.2 million U.S. inhabitants must be vaccinated.
"Trump said there were far more vaccines available than there actually are," Biden explained, adding that his administration is negotiating with National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell to use 32 stadiums in the vaccination campaign.
New York: A racial gap has appeared in the COVID-19 vaccination drive in the United States, with African Americans lagging behind in terms of receiving jabs, according to a recent analysis by the Associated Press.https://t.co/sgbPjXmJfepic.twitter.com/jSdHeBbtKu