“We cannot beat the pandemic without making sure we execute a plan that reaches all communities”
The new American President of USA, Joe Biden announced three major steps to improve the country’s vaccination plans for COVID-19.First, the Administration will increase minimum weekly shipments of vaccines to states to 10 million doses, from the current 8.6 million. Next, Biden guaranteed these shipment numbers for the next three weeks, which allows states to plan out for the next month how many people they can vaccinateThe federal government shipped 1 million vaccines on average a day, the necessary target to meet the President’s goal of vaccinating 100 million people in his first 100 days in office.Biden tries not to create inequalities in the various entities and that everyone has the right to be vaccinated. “We cannot beat the pandemic without making sure we execute a plan that reaches all communities,”he said. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is integral to success on that front. Walensky, Biden’s new pick to head the nation’s public health organization, summarized the sobering COVID-19 situation in the U.S. and the urgent need to vaccinate the public: though most of the major metrics—daily infections, hospitalizations and deaths—have been decreasing recently, she said, “expanding safe and effective vaccination is the key to ending the COVID-19 pandemic and bringing our country back to health.”
President Biden is right to say that it is necessary to ensure that all citizens, irrespective of where they come from, the colour of their skin or their religion, are equally guaranteed a form of protection against pandemic.After all, it is enshrined in our Constitution as in theirs”The first three words of the Constitution-“We the People“-affirm that the government of the United States exists to serve its citizens. For more than two centuries, the robust Constitution has remained in force because its authors have skillfully separated and balanced the powers of the state so as to safeguard the interests of the majority, the rights of minorities, liberties and equality”.
It is the first, and oldest, written and codified constitution still in force today, and its writing and enactment marked a moment of enormous importance in the history of democracy that has influenced the subsequent constitutions of many other nations
We’ll be alright.