The public health officials from all 50 states of the U.S have been instructed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to be ready for the distribution of a viable and effective coronavirus vaccine to the mainstream health workers. They have been informed to provide the immunization amongst the health care workers at priority and then to other high risk and vulnerable groups of the society.
Times also stated that the vaccine could be ready as soon as later in October or at the start of November, respectively.
CDC Instructs States To Prepare To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine
The latest instructions from the center for disease control are a hint of an emerging race to come up with an effective vaccine to eliminate the COVID-19 pandemic that’s killed hundreds of thousands of people globally. The instructional document came the same day when the U.S President said that a vaccine might be available before the end of this year. There must be some hidden link between the two!
Public health officials of each U.S state and territory received three different documents guiding on how to tackle the situation further. The states received these letters were inclusive of New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, and San Antonio, along with all others, respectively.
In collaborated efforts, they outlined multiple scenarios for the distribution of two possibly effective and potent vaccine candidates to get rid of the deadly virus—each one of them requiring two doses with a week’s gap. The documents state to make provision of these cures in hospitals and other health care facilities at large…Read more>>