The U.S. has set a date for a return to normalcy through vaccination

The U.S. has set a date for a return to normalcy through vaccination

The U.S. will begin to return to normalcy in April or May 2021 with a coronavirus vaccination. This was stated by American immunologist Moncef Slowy, who participates in the government program “Operation Incredible Speed” for vaccine development and distribution.

The scientist stressed that the most vulnerable segments of the population will feel the effect of the beginning of vaccination in January-February 2021. At the same time, it will take several more months for the population as a whole to get their lives back to normal. According to Slowy, he hopes the virus vaccine will begin to be delivered throughout the country the day after it is approved by the authorities.

Earlier, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said the first two coronavirus vaccines SARS-CoS-2 will be available to Americans in the coming weeks. He said vaccination could start before Christmas.

The United States remains the leader in the number of people infected with coronavirus. In the country since the beginning of the pandemic, 14.6 million people have been identified as infected, 281 thousand patients have died. In total, more than 66.8 million cases have been registered in the world, 1.53 million people have died.

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