Former U.S. Presidents Obama, Bush & Clinton Offer To Take COVID-19 Vaccine On TV
U.S. regulators continued to lag behind their European counterparts in the race to approve a vaccine.
While President Donald Trump has fixated on trying to overturn the election results, President-elect Joe Biden has started to form a Cabinet and announce senior White House staff including his key COVID-19 advisers.
Coronavirus infections are surging across the U.S. as the former presidents step forward to lend their support.
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Trump has tried to take credit for the unprecedented speed of developing several vaccines – despite his mishandling of the pandemic that has killed more than a quarter of a million Americans.
The former presidents may still have to wait – despite American pharmaceutical companies racing to finish stage three clinical vaccination trials, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has yet to approved one.
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