They pointed out that some vaccination sites were even closed due to insufficient demand
new York- There are not enough people in the United States willing to get the Covid-19 vaccine, and due to insufficient demand, some vaccination sites have even closed.
The leading non-profit health organization, the Kaiser Family Foundation, warned on Tuesday that the United States may not be vaccinating enough people to stop the spread of the coronavirus because not enough Americans are willing to vaccinate against COVID-19.
KFF said the country’s adequate vaccine supply will exceed the “vaccine hype” within two to four weeks. He said the exact time may vary from state to state.
Experts estimate that about 70% of people need to be immunized to achieve cattle immunity, which is the threshold for the virus to no longer spread easily. KFF said that if Americans stop taking Covid-19 injections, it may be difficult.
Michael Fraser, executive director of the National and Territorial Health Officials Association, told the New York Times that some states believe they have run into a wall.
He said: “Those who want it have found it. People who don’t want it won’t bother to find it.”
According to “Forbes” reports, due to the decline in demand, some large-scale vaccination sites have even closed. According to the “Palm Beach Post” report, including three sites in Florida with less than half of the operating capacity, will be closed to support mobile sites.
According to Forbes, the authorities also closed factories in Georgia, North Carolina and Wisconsin. Due to “declining demand,” the planned mass vaccination clinics in Ohio this week were cancelled.
Prior to this, President Biden is expected to announce later that the United States has achieved the 200 million vaccine injection target before his 100th day in office (that is, April 30). According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 51.5% of adults have received at least one vaccine.