Trump Mobilizing US Military to Deliver 300 Million Vaccines By the End of the Year

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President Trump is mobilizing the US military, and “other forces”, to distribute a coronavirus vaccine that he predicted would be available at the end of the year. The program will focus on older Americans first. The White House has set a target of having 300 million vaccine doses by the end of 2020. No vaccines have been approved , though a number are under development. Producing and distributing a vaccine are seen as key steps to jumpstarting the US economy. President Trump, who has earned a lot of support in the past for criticizing the overzealousness of the pandemic, has now forgotten his words.

Last week, Trump said that the COVID-19 would go away without a vaccine, with the potential to have some flare-ups, but it will go away at some point, without the vaccine. This contradicts his message today when he said that the military will be deployed to distribute the vaccine.

President Donald Trump is mobilizing the U.S. military to distribute a novel coronavirus vaccine when one becomes available and will focus first on older Americans.

“You know it’s a massive job to give this vaccine,” Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday on Fox Business Network. “Our military is now being mobilized so at the end of the year, we’re going to be able to give it to a lot of people very, very rapidly.”

He said he believes there will be a vaccine by the end of the year and the United States is mobilizing “our military and other forces” on that assumption.

The White House has set a target of having 300 million vaccine doses by the end of 2020. No such vaccine for this pathogen has been approved though a number are under development, and producing and distributing an effective vaccine are seen as key steps to jumpstarting the U.S. economy.

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1 year ago

It would be good to hear what you believe might be in those vaccines. I URGE EVERYONE TO EMAIL YOUR LEGISLATORS TODAY! TELL THEM TO OPPOSE THE VACCINES! MOUNT A DEFENSE NOW! NOW! NOW!

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1 year ago

You can keep them Mr. President, and stick them in your own arse, I will be taking no vaccines, mandatory or otherwise.