USA applied at least one dose of the anti-viral vaccine to more than 100 million people

USA applied at least one dose of the anti-viral vaccine to more than 100 million people
USA applied at least one dose of the anti-viral vaccine to more than 100 million people
The United States has applied at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine to more than 100 million people, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the country’s leading federal public health agency, announced on Friday.

Precisely, more than 101.8 million people received at least one injection of the vaccine and 58 million have already been fully immunized, including more than one in two over 65, according to data from the CDC.

Confirming the spectacular advance of the vaccination campaign in the country hardest hit by covid-19, US President Joe Biden last week promised that 90% of adults would be eligible to receive the vaccine by April 19.

The Democratic president’s goal is for Americans to be able to meet “in small groups” to celebrate the national July 4th party.

Currently, there are three vaccines authorized in the United States: that of Johnson & Johnson (single dose) and those of the alliance Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna (both with two doses).

Despite these advances in mass vaccination, the country is seeing a resurgence of positive cases of coronavirus.

According to health authorities, the pandemic causes an average of almost 1,000 deaths a day in the United States.

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