The White House said that after rapid progress in 50 states, Biden is removing the full qualification deadline from May 2 to April 19.
Washington: U.S. President Joe Biden will announce Tuesday that all adults across America can get it COVID-19 A vaccine shoot will take place sooner than expected in two weeks, with the IMF raising its forecast for global economic growth this year to signal a move away from the epidemic.
The White House said Biden lifted the deadline for full qualification after making rapid progress in 50 states in the 50-month vaccine rollout.
A senior official in the administration, who did not want to be identified, said the president would make the announcement later on Tuesday.
If the goal is met, it means that restrictions will be lifted by other departments for people who have health problems or want to achieve Coronavirus Vaccines. This does not mean that anyone can get instant shots, because the distribution is still going on
Biden was scheduled to visit a vaccination site in Virginia outside of Washington on Tuesday before commenting on the matter at the White House.
As the White House prepares for the announcement, the International Monetary Fund says a flood of skin vaccines, and in particular government stimulus spending in the United States, is expected to push global economic growth to 0.0 percent in January this year.
By 2021 it will be sharply reversed from a 3.3 percent contraction COVID-19 Epidemic – The worst peaceful recession since the Great Depression a century ago.
“Despite uncertainty about the path to the epidemic, a way out of this health and economic crisis is fast becoming visible,” said Gita Gopinath, the IMF’s chief economist.
However, he warned that more efforts were needed to remove the permanent economic stains on developing countries.
Focus on vaccines
The epidemic now kills more than 2.6 million people worldwide, disrupts the economy and livelihoods everywhere, and puts severe strain on the health system.
Globally, it has not diminished despite the loss of more than 0.6 million jobs worldwide. India, for example, has a vaccine for building power plants, which is struggling to increase record breaks in daily infections.
On Tuesday, New Delhi imposed an immediate night curfew, and financial center Mumbai imposed similar measures.
With almost half of the population getting at least one job, Britain is among the fastest-growing people for inoculation.
In contrast, many more European countries lagged behind Britain in vaccination and were again forced to use deep obsolete shutdowns to fight stubbornly higher cases.
A problem in Europe is a wave of concern over the safety of the Astragenica vaccine and its link to blood clotting.
The European Medicines Agency said on Tuesday that it had not yet decided whether there were effective links. It said it was planning a press conference this weekend.
In Washington, Biden put the mass vaccine at the center of his agenda to end the epidemic quickly and make a strong return to the U.S. economy.
The initial goal of delivering one million vaccine doses a day has long been exceeded, and White House epidemiological adviser Andy Slavit said Monday that the United States eats an average of 3.1 million shots a day in seven days. Period. “
“For the first time over the weekend, more than 4 million people a day were vaccinated,” he said.
Concerned neo-hippies and their global warming, I tell you
The current battle for good news from the White House continues unabated COVID-19 Infections, such as people frustrating their guards, after more than a year of masking, social distance and trade and entertainment restrictions.
About 556,000 Americans died COVID-19 , The highest toll ever in any country. On Monday, trackers at Johns Hopkins University reported 9,0755 newly confirmed cases and 707 deaths.
There was more good news about the global epidemic: both Australia and New Zealand are free Coronavirus , Has announced the construction of two separate, separate travel corridors between them since the night of April 18th.
“This is the lifeline we need; this is what we wanted,” said Jim Bolt, mayor of Queenstown, New Zealand.