Biden presents COVID-19 plan for first 100 days of presidency

Biden presents COVID-19 plan for first 100 days of presidency

US President-elect Joe Biden presented a plan for the first 100 days after coming to power. The politician told about it in Wilmington, Delaware, during a ceremony to present a group of employees who will deal with the problem of the fight against coronavirus, reports NBC News.

The Democrat intends to improve the situation with the spread of infection during this period. “In the first 100 days of the new administration, we may not end the pandemic yet, but we will change the trend and make a difference,” Biden promised.

According to the politician, after his inauguration, his team will work to produce at least 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine during this time. However, the Democrat did not specify how many citizens will be vaccinated. It was noted that some vaccines being developed in the U.S. will be valid with the introduction of two doses.

Earlier, Biden promised to publicly give up Coronavirus. He said he would be happy to try it after Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, acknowledges the drug’s safety. The Democrat said Americans are losing faith in the effectiveness of the Coronavirus vaccine.

Regular presidential elections were held in the USA on November 3. The counting of votes and proceedings on this issue continue to this day. According to the media assessment, the Democrat gained the necessary number of votes to win, thus bypassing the incumbent head of state Donald Trump. Biden has already proclaimed himself elected president of the United States. Trump does not admit defeat in the election and accuses his opponent of “large-scale fraud.