Fauci declares: Availability of Coronavirus inoculation most likely not until 2021
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases stated that the Coronavirus inoculation will most probably not be "widely available” in the United States till "several months" into 2021. The explanation was explicit enough about the acceptance, production, and dispensation of the inoculation taking months, if and when inoculation is tested and working even by the end of the year.
Fauci observed that companies have affirmed the probability that they could produce an inoculation available before the year runs out though he confessed to being doubtful about the declarations made by the companies; "I'm a little skeptical about that, but, you know, anything is possible," he further added that, "It is likely that at the beginning of next year we would have tens of millions of doses available," "The companies who are involved in making these vaccines, many of which the federal government is in deep collaboration with, promised that as we get into 2021, there will be hundreds of millions of doses and then maybe sometime thereafter, billions of doses."
Fauci's evaluation comes after the United States experiences an alarming upsurge of four million Coronavirus cases and the day by day increase in the number of established cases and hospital admissions was a pointer to the fact that the virus is not yet contained; medical professionals are persuading government officials to do a reprise lockdown in the country and begin afresh put the pandemic under control.
According to the records of the John Hopkins University, at least 4,073,243 established Covid19 cases and 144,780 deaths have been documented in the United States. With the increase in figures, more than 150 well-known researchers, educators, medical experts, nurses and others in the United States have appended their signature on a letter to government officials persuading them to lock down the country and begin again to curtail the negative impact of the ever-increasing Covid19 pandemic.