Dr Anthony Fauci has predicted that any American who wants one will be able to get a coronavirus vaccine by April. 'By the time we get to April, that will be what I would call, for better wording, "open season," namely, virtually everybody and anybody in any category could start to get vaccinated,' Dr Fauci said during a Thursday Today show interview. 'Hopefully as we get into the middle and end of the summer we will have accomplished the goal of...the overwhelming majority of people have gotten vaccinated.' So far, the US has vaccinated about 10.5 percent of its population. About 10 million people have received both doses and 1.6 million shots are being given a day. Dr Anthony Fauci predicted that any US adult who wants one will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine by April, and that the majority of Americans will be vaccinated by fall At its current pace of vaccinating 1.6 million people a day, Biden officials fear it will take nine months for the US to … [Read more...] about Dr Fauci declares April ‘open season’ for ALL American adults of any age to have access to COVID-19 vaccines and predicts the ‘majority’ of Americans will have two doses by fall
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Ministers are hunting for the final two million vulnerable Britons who have not yet come forward for their Covid vaccine, warning that having large numbers of unprotected people could delay the easing of lockdown. The Government has made it its mission to inoculate the 15million Brits most at risk of dying from the coronavirus by Monday, which includes everyone over 70, care home residents, their carers and frontline NHS staff, as well as patients classed as clinically extremely vulnerable, such as those with terminal illnesses. But while 13million in the most vulnerable categories have had the jab, including 90 per cent of the over-70s and care home residents, the Prime Minister has warned there is still a group numbering roughly twice the population of Birmingham who had yet to receive one. Sir Patrick Vallance warned last night that lockdown-loosening plans will have to go even slower if large numbers of vulnerable people remained unvaccinated. This would mean there is … [Read more...] about Hunt for the 2million unvaccinated Britons as Boris Johnson urges vulnerable people who are yet to receive jab to step up for the shot – amid warnings lockdown will stay in place even longer if large numbers remain unprotected
Motorists roll up to have Covid jabs through their car windows yesterday – as Boris Johnson appealed to the remaining two million most vulnerable Britons to get vaccinated. Drive-through centres have been set up to help the UK meet its target of inoculating 15 million people by Monday. But while 13 million in the most vulnerable categories have had the jab, the Prime Minister warned there was still a group numbering roughly twice the population of Birmingham who had yet to receive one. He said: 'With less than a week to go until the target date of Monday the 15th, there's no doubt we've made great strides – with just over 13 million people now vaccinated in our United Kingdom, including one in four adults in England, over 90 per cent of everyone over 75 and over 90 per cent of eligible residents of care homes for the elderly.' Speaking directly to the two million vulnerable Britons yet to be vaccinated, he said: 'Now is the moment to do it.' He added: 'I think the people … [Read more...] about Motorists flock to drive-through centres to get the Covid-19 vaccine as Boris Johnson urges TWO MILLION vulnerable Britons who are yet to receive jab to step up for the shot
There has been nothing slapdash about the Government’s presentation this week of the case for keeping us all locked down in an ever-more depressing loop of lockdown extensions. The Prime Minister’s announcement cancelling Christmas last year seemed hasty and ill-prepared. By contrast, the move this week to cancel Easter and keep the economy shut down was better planned, with dossiers and scary graphs based on dubious modelling. To justify keeping us in cold storage for another four months, the PM leaned on his reliable allies in Sage . The more Sage gets wrong, the more Mr Johnson clings to its view of the pandemic. Few politicians have any understanding of science, so they become captives of their most cautious adviser, and fail to question the validity of their data and advice. The Prime Minister’s announcement (pictured) cancelling Christmas last year seemed hasty and ill-prepared Ignorance Take the PM’s confident assertion on Monday: ‘As the … [Read more...] about Dr JOHN LEE: Why should the whole country be held hostage by the one in five who refuse a vaccine?
Dr Hilary Jones has had his say on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's exit plan for the coronavirus lockdown in England, amid hopes social-distancing laws could be ditched in June. With the government aiming to offer the vaccination to all UK adults by the end of July, Mr Johnson confirmed four key dates where restrictions would gradually lift. From outside gatherings to inside, both with the rule of six, right up until June 21 which could see social distancing dropped, it's left the public hoping some sort of normality will return soon. But there is also concern that the big news will encourage others to break the current rules now, believing it will not make a difference. ITV aired a new advert on Wednesday, as the government campaigned for the public to stay at home and follow the rules while England remains in lockdown - and to hold off before bending the rules. Dr Hilary addressed this as he was asked about it by hosts Susanna Reid and Ben Shephard, sharing his own … [Read more...] about Dr Hilary Jones warns ‘don’t get complacent’ as he predicts delay in lockdown roadmap