USA (Monitoring Desk) President Joe Biden’s task of supplying 200 million coronavirus doses within his first 100 days in office will be met by the end of this week, according to the White House. Later, Biden will address the nation in which he will “remember that the United States will cross over 200 million coronavirus vaccine doses this week,” according to a White House official who spoke on the requested anonymity.
Biden will celebrate his 100th day in office at the end of next week, putting him significantly ahead of time. While the United States leads the world in COVID-19 deaths, it has also outperformed several large European countries and neighbouring Canada in terms of vaccination.
Biden took office on January 20 with the aim of administering 100 million coronavirus vaccine doses in his first 100 days. He twice the target on March 25, with vaccine delivery far ahead of schedule.
Beginning in May, all countries will be allowed to remove limits on who is eligible for the free vaccines. Many people have already done so. A spike in infection rates in parts of the world, including Michigan, is dampening the White House’s festive mood. Death rates, on the other hand, are continuing to fall across the country as a result of high vaccination rates among the elderly and better treatment.