Biden Under Fire for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan

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Three different pharmaceutical companies have COVID-19 vaccines available. Moderna and Pfizer’s vaccines require two doses, whereas the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus shot only needs one dose.

Right now, different states are working to get as many of their residents as possible vaccinated. Republican governors are sharing regular updates regarding the vaccination of their residents; although, these GOP governors also maintain that these vaccines are always voluntary, rather than forced.

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Governors at the state level aren’t the only ones with coronavirus vaccine distribution plans, though. President Biden, too, has a plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine out; however, Biden’s own advisory team is openly declaring that his vaccination plan doesn’t make any sense, Breitbart News confirms.

The Biden Vaccine Distribution Plan

The 46th president has faced much criticism since his time in the White House. Biden’s energy policies, immigration policies, etc., continue to generate backlash, especially due to the harm they’re causing.

However, new developments provide insight into Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan. The 46th president strives to ensure that teachers are vaccinated within the first 100 days of his term; however, Biden’s own coronavirus advisory board is saying that this plan doesn’t make sense.

Earlier this week, Dr. Celine Gounder stated that Biden shouldn’t be prioritizing teachers ahead of people with chronic health conditions or ages above 65. Gounder also explained that teachers who may be at a higher risk for coronavirus would already be vaccinated, due to them falling into the aforementioned categories.

More from the White House on Opening Schools

Republicans have panned the Biden administration for taking little to no action to reopen schools. After weeks of Biden putting teachers’ unions’ interests ahead of children, the White House is attempting to cool down the tensions.

This week, Andy Slavitt of the White House COVID-19 response team claimed that President Biden aims to “safely” and “permanently” get schools reopened. Slavitt then went on to claim that Biden himself believes teachers ought to receive the vaccine before returning, despite the CDC’s claim that this isn’t necessary.

Facts are facts. No matter how the White House tries to spin the situation, seeing Biden’s own advisers openly state that what he’s doing is nonsensical doesn’t look good.

What do you think about Biden’s plan to prioritize teachers for COVID-19 vaccinations? Do you think this is the right move? Let us know down below in the comments section.