Head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Anthony FauciAnthony Fau Synoim speeds up South Dakota coronavirus response, beats lockdown in CPAC speech Sunday preview: 2024 optimists gather at CPAC; Home coronavirus undergoes relief; Vaccine efforts continue Underfunding is a classic and more dangerous to humanityHigh school students may begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in the fall, while younger children will likely have to wait until early next year, said Sunday.
Speaking with the host Chuck ToddCharles (Chuck) David Todd Trudeau praises Biden: ‘America is great to see reengineering’ On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Fawcett explained that more data was needed to ensure that the three vaccines authorized by the Food and Drug Administration could be given safely to young children.
“If you actually project that when we get enough data to say that elementary school children will be vaccinated, I think it will be at the beginning of the year and at the end of the first quarter of 2022,” Fawcett said.
“But for high school kids, it sometimes feels like this fall,” he continued. “I’m not sure it’s okay on the first day of school but it’s close.”
Fauci also expressed his support for a new official vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson, telling NBC that he would get the vaccine if he was in a situation where he was admitted in the first place.
“Well, Chuck, first of all, you now have, of course, three very effective vaccines.” “There is no doubt about that. And especially the recent results [Johnson & Johnson] – If you look at the effectiveness against a serious disease, more than 85 percent, and in many countries have not been hospitalized or died, even in countries where there are types. “
“If you go somewhere and you have[Johnson & Johnson] , And that’s what’s available now, I’ll take it. “I will do the same personally,” he said.
Fauki’s comments have sparked a nationwide debate over what percentage of teachers and possibly students are above school before schools reopen safely for personal study.
The Biden administration has promised that schools will reopen within 100 days of the president’s inauguration, raising concerns among some teachers who are worried they will be sent back to work without using the vaccine.
“The president will not rest until every school is open five days a week. That is our goal,” the White House press secretary said. Jane SasakiJane Sakisinde preview showed: 2024 optimists gather at CPAC; Home coronavirus undergoes relief; Vaccination efforts continue Said earlier this month.