President Trump and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden clashed on Tuesday over a possible coronavirus vaccine period, with Trump hinting that the vaccine could be available in public, experts in his own administration have predicted.
During the president’s first debate in Cleveland on Tuesday night when asked if Trump agrees with the timeline of his own administration experts who have said the vaccine will be widely available to the public by next summer, Trump said he has spoken to companies. [involved]”And they can get it” very soon. “
“I disagree with both of them,” Trump said, referring to remarks made by the head of operations and the CDC director. “It is likely that we will have an answer before November 1 – even after that.”
The president, who also said he was in contact with the “in-charge” scientists, added that the vaccine would be delivered “immediately” as the military was ready to deliver the vaccine in public.
Trump mentioned by name Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson, all in the final stages of a clinical trial.
The coronaviruses studied more clearly than they did, paying even more attention to the onset of the epidemic than to learning.
“Do you believe for a moment that what he says to you, in the light of all the lies that have told you about the whole issue related to Covid?” Biden asked as he looked at me. “And by the way, maybe you can apply a little bleach to your hands and it will take care of it. This is the same man. ”
Biden alleged that vaccine distribution, which could be completed by the end of 2020, would not take place until mid-next year – in line with what CDC director Robert Redfield said.
Biden noted that every day 40,000 people are signing COVID-19 contracts and said the situation is “the same as it is” because the president is who he is.
In the U.S., there have been more than 7.1 million cases of the novel coronavirus and at least 205,966 Americans have died from the virus.
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