CDC contradicted by Donald Trump

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Mr. Trump realised at the White House even at a Senate hearing early on Wednesday, Dr. Redfield, the director of CDC, actually didn’t grasp the topic of vaccine delivery right. Throughout the U.S., coronavirus cases were increasing with more than 6 million infections and about 200,000 deaths. U.S.A. on Wednesday, President Donald Trump criticized the head of the CDC Robert Redfield upon the effectiveness of masks as well as the distribution schedule of vaccines.

The President faces a troublesome contest for re-election in November and has proclaimed a vaccine would be available by the top of the year. Dr. Redfield, testifying with other officials at a U.S. Senate committee hearing on the government’s pandemic response, had told Senators that it might probably take until the “late second quarter, third quarter 2021” for the vaccine to be “fully available” to the American public so people could “get back to regular life”.

There will be an initial vaccine available sometime between November and December but it’ll be in “very limited supply” and only for priority use, Dr. Redfield said.