United States President Joe Biden on Tuesday insisted that Americans be vaccinated against COVID-19 in the Delta variant cases and not met after his government’s goal of vaccinating 70 percent of citizenship before the year became the country’s independence day, July 4th.
“The Delta variant is already responsible for half of all cases in many parts of this country,” said Biden in a speech. “It’s more transferable and potentially more dangerous,” he warned.
With that in mind, he urged US citizens to “get vaccinated now” because “it has never been easier and more important,” and has announced that health officials will be running a project for skeptics to get the vaccination that gets them allows you to get vaccinated “pharmacies”, “doctor consultations”, “mobile points” and “door to door”.
To date, 157,636,088 Americans have been fully vaccinated for the disease, and more than 182 million have received at least one dose, including 67 percent of adults over the age of 27.
This Tuesday, Biden didn’t reveal a vaccination goal after acknowledging last month that the original goal he proposed of vaccinating 70 percent of citizens by July 4th would not be met.
The vaccination campaign in the North American country has slowed as the United States faces low vaccine uptake among the youngest populations and in the most conservative states as the Delta variant spreads.