‘The Americans Did This Very Well’: Trump Administration’s Vaccine Effort Wows The World

Our country received words of praise from Emmanuel Macron, providing unimaginable support for the Trump administration

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Democrats found it hard to believe that the French President offered public praise to a Trump-led country. Well, Macron did praise Trump’s efforts to find an efficient coronavirus vaccine. The former President gathered the best of all experts to develop, test, manufacture, and even distribute the vaccine. He took care of the country and wanted to help the world.

“The Americans did this very well,” Macron said in January, adding that he was “very admiring” of Trump’s administration and their “extremely innovative model” of vaccine manufacture.

Experts are impressed by the “innovative model. The distribution of vaccines is pretty smooth. According to recent reports, Pfizer has distributed over 65 million doses of their vaccine. Estimations suggest that citizens of this world will receive two billion vaccines by the end of 2021. Moderna will try to distribute a billion doses in the same period.

CDC data confirms that vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have been used on 35,000,000 people. The EU has used 12,750,000 doses.

The French President admitted that the EU lacked the equipment to distribute vaccines with the same efficiency rate as Washington authorities did. The European Commission was asked “to do something that isn’t within its competence.”

Trump’s administration worked tirelessly to make this happen. Trials, partnerships, drug companies, scientific workers, experts, volunteers… The former President had everything under control. It was a priority.

It was not easy. Trump was fighting against an invisible enemy. People were dying and health workers were exhausted. President Trump was full of doubts. His advisers were full of doubt. Well, they made it happen.

In April 2020, Anthony Fauci said it will take “a year to a year and a half” to get the vaccine. Trump promised to make the vaccine.

Peter Jay Hotez, the dean for the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor University’s College of Medicine, told the Washington Post that a “reasonable timeline” of the vaccine is set for the second half of 2021.

The first non-trial vaccine was used in mid-December. It was the best result for such a  short time. The mumps vaccine was the quickest vaccine ever developed, and experts finished the formula after four years.

The US has marked a rapid decline in daily cases of COVID. This wave peaked around Jan.9, and the curve does not look that terrifying at the moment.

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Source: www.politico.eu

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