The Trump administration has called on the United States to be ready to deliver the possible Covid-19 vaccine by November 1. This is the latest indication of a fast-paced competition for a vaccine by the end of the year.
The media reported this on Wednesday.
The Wall Street Journal quoted a letter from Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as saying that the CDC was urgently needed to take immediate action to facilitate the distribution of these vaccines.
The letter said that if necessary, the CDC has urged you to consider giving some concessions in case of various necessary conditions so that the distribution activities can start in full swing by November 1, 2020. Boss