Incoming President-elect to Mobilize FEMA & National Guard to Build COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Incoming President-elect to Mobilize FEMA & National Guard to Build COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

The U.S. war on COVID-19 will become more nationalized with the incoming President-elect Joe Biden as now reports are that both FEMA and the National Guard are planned for mobilization to build COVID-19 vaccination clinics across the country—part of the ‘COVID-19 vaccination plan.” Part of a broader $1.9 trillion stimulus plan that will involve emergency vaccination and economic relief based on five-point plan targeting rapid vaccination. Declaring recently “we remain in a very dark winter, the infection rate is up to 34%, we see 3 or 4,000 deaths per day. Things will only get worse before they get better.” Biden named former FDA chief David Kessler as head of Operation Warp Speed, which will be renamed. Calling the existing outgoing POTUS a “dismal failure” Biden announced a goal of 100 million vaccination shots during his first 100 days in office. According to reports in the Washington Post, only just this week has the Biden transition team been allowed in Operation Warp Speed meetings. Along with vaccination comes a need for approaches for the early-onset treatment of COVID-19. Incoming POTUS will lean on NIH and FDA for guidance.

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