Moderna Covid vaccine candidate almost 95% effective, trials show

Great news. Too bad the national front is not ready, which is vital if the states are to succeed. The government says they bought 100 million doses, which is not enough to do the job. They need 400-500 million doses for the USA. I assume they will buy more, but that plan needs to happen now. Getting them to the locations is a huge logistical problem, and we have heard nothing about those plans. Then, the second part of the program has to be intensive testing and contact tracing. This has thus far been a dismal failure, and needs revamped to match the vaccine rollout. So far, the USA is about a D- to an F for a grade on how to administer a pandemic.

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