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Bad effects when doctors are afraid to vaccinate Covid-19

Bad effects when doctors are afraid to vaccinate Covid-19 6

Bad effects when doctors are afraid to vaccinate Covid-19

Many Americans do not want to get vaccinated immediately, including frontline workers fighting the epidemic – who are prioritized before the vaccine is distributed to the people.

`We need to make sure we provide accurate information to healthcare workers. Otherwise, I think we’re going to be in trouble,` Fauci said.

He explained that outstanding scientific advances in technology platforms are the premise that helped researchers develop vaccines at record speed, just a few months after the pandemic began.

A recent report revealed that half of the employees at the New York City Fire Department refused to be vaccinated during the first round of vaccine distribution.

`When tens of millions of people get vaccinated, the rest of the population can see that vaccines are safe and effective. If the majority of Americans are vaccinated with highly effective vaccines, efforts to turn the tide of the pandemic will be positive.`

On December 11, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urgently approved Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine for use on frontline healthcare workers and the elderly in nursing homes.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

It is expected that most Americans will be vaccinated in three months: April, May and June of next year.

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer and partner BioNTech are planning to distribute 50 million doses of vaccine worldwide by the end of this year.

The British government ordered 40 million shots of the Pfizer vaccine, receiving the first shipments on December 6.

On December 10, Canada also urgently approved the Pfizer vaccine, expected to be vaccinated only for people over 16 years old.

Other Covid-19 vaccines are also in the final stages of clinical trials.

On December 14, Russia announced that the Sputnik V vaccine was 91.4% effective after a large-scale test on more than 22,700 volunteers.

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