Today, Tuesday, the White House announced the provision of vaccination centers against the emerging coronavirus, “Covid-19”, which are mobile and spread in hard-to-reach places.
The White House wrote on Twitter: “The American rescue plan will launch community centers for vaccination against Corona and deploy mobile vaccination units in hard-to-reach areas, with an emphasis on the need to provide the vaccine to everyone who wants to obtain it.”
And last Sunday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the number of doses of anti-corona virus vaccines that had already been provided to the citizens and residents of the United States had risen to more than 75 million doses.
According to the data on the center’s website, 75 million and 236 thousand and 3 doses of the two vaccines produced by the American “Pfizer” and “Moderna” companies have been provided, out of the 96 million 402 thousand and 490 doses that have already been distributed to service providers to date.
According to those data, more than 49.77 million people have received at least the first dose of the vaccine, of whom about 24.8 million people have received the two full doses.