Wilmington: Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden said that he had faith in the scientists’ talk about the possible vaccine for Corona virus, but not on US President Donald Trump. The issue of vaccines remains a topic of discussion these days before the presidential election to be held in the US on November 3.
Biden referred to Trump’s ‘incompetence and dishonesty’ in Delaware’s distribution of personal protective equipment and corona virus testing after discussing with public health experts on a possible vaccine for the corona virus. He said that America ‘cannot repeat those failures regarding vaccines’.
Biden said, “I trust the vaccine, I trust the scientists but I don’t trust Donald Trump, and the American people don’t (trust Trump) at the moment.”
Trump claims- vaccine will be ready in a month
Actually, US President Donald Trump has claimed that the Corona virus vaccine will be ready within a month. Trump said that due to the FDA, the previous administration takes years to produce a corona vaccine, but we will get it within a few weeks. The highest number of cases of corona virus has come in the world and millions of people have also died due to epidemic here.
Public health officials have said that the White House is pressuring the FDA to approve a vaccine before the US election. The presidential election is going to be held in the US on November 3. Vaccine-developing pharmaceutical companies have jointly stated that they will make the vaccine available in the market only after examining the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.
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