This goal was achieved more than a week before the president took office for more than 100 days
Washington— The US Presidential Administration Joe Biden announced that tomorrow will achieve the goal of administering 200 million doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines in the first 100 days of the mandate.
The White House said in a statement before Biden’s speech: “Today, President Biden will announce that he hopes to reach the goal of 200 million injections within 100 days on Thursday.”
“He will call on employers across the United States to make every effort to help workers and their communities get vaccinated.”
The White House stated that as part of the conference call, Biden will announce a tax credit for small and medium enterprises so that they can give employees paid time off for vaccination and to recover from any impact of vaccination.
This goal has been achieved more than a week before Biden’s 100-day tenure (that is, April 30) because his government has accelerated the vaccination program amid a surge in new infections.
His original goal was to get 100 million doses of vaccine on his 100th day, but this number can easily be exceeded.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 133.2 million people in the United States have received at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, accounting for 40% of the entire population.
At the same time, more than 86.2 million people have received two doses of vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna or one dose of Johnson & Johnson’s fully immunized vaccine against the disease. Due to reports of blood clot investigations, the vaccine has been temporarily suspended.