Covid-19 cases approach almost 200,000 a day in the United States, as the US expects to produce up to 50 million doses of the vaccine this year and over a billion in 2021.
However, reports say many Americans defy travel warnings with US airports reporting that over a million people travelled on Friday.
Pfizer and BioNTech announced that they had submitted an emergency use authorisation application to the Federal Drug Agency (FDA) for the use of its vaccine on Friday 20 November.
It was reported that America’s Operation Warp Speed chief science advisor, Dr Moncef Slaoui recently that a Pfizer vaccine will be rolled out to every state within 24 hours once it has been approved by the FDA.
As the Cover-19 wave surges for the third time, plenty governors and health juggernauts nationwide advise against travel or big family gatherings.
As at last Saturday, over 12 million infections were recorded in the US including trailed by 260,ooo deaths.
The son of Rudy Giuliani, who is spearheading Trump’s legal team that’s attempting to overturn the Biden election win, has also tested positive.
Also on Saturday, President Trump attended a virtual G20 summit from the White House, advocating for the speedy development of a vaccine.
Dr Moncef Slaoui’s announced on Sunday that “hopefully the first people will be immunised across the United States” by 11 or 12 December 2020.
Some 20 million Americans will be vaccinated by December, according to Slaoui