Fauci Predicts COVID-19 Vaccines Will Be Available for General U.S. Public by April

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Health Editor’s Note: Time is of the essence when getting the COVID-19 vaccine administered.  Both Pfizer and Moderna have begun trials for getting this vaccine available for children, as young as 6 months.  The COVID-19 vaccine will allow us to live more normally, probably as early as by the fall of this year.  Vaccines are the best chance we have to get our lives back. Current efforts to making more vaccines available and getting those vaccines into people will help us to take back the world from this insidious virus…..Carol

Covid-19 vaccines could be available to the general public in April in the United States, Fauci says

(CNN)The United States could start letting the general public have access to Covid-19 vaccines in April, and the country may be able to inoculate most Americans by the middle or end of the summer, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday.

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told NBC’s “Today” show that he believes the pace of vaccination will pick up going into March and April.
More doses should be available daily by then, he said. And he said he was “fairly certain” that toward the end of April, pharmacies, community vaccine centers and mobile units will help pick up the pace — and not just for those in higher priority groups.
“I would imagine by the time we get to April, that will be what I would call for, you know, for better wording, open season,” Fauci said. “Namely, virtually everybody and anybody in any category could start to get vaccinated.”

Fauci told ProPublica on Thursday that vaccines could be authorized for young children by September.

Pfizer and Moderna, the two companies currently with authorized Covid-19 vaccines in the US, have both begun trials for children — but have started with older age groups.

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Carol graduated from Riverside White Cross School of Nursing in Columbus, Ohio and received her diploma as a registered nurse. She attended Bowling Green State University where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Literature. She attended the University of Toledo, College of Nursing, and received a Master’s of Nursing Science Degree as an Educator.

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