White House Asks for Another 20 dollars Billion in COVID Money to ‘Stop Winter Wave’

Here we go again…

Just when the world (or rather, the US) was finally coming close to to the notion that the COVID pandemic might be over, the particular White House has provided the latest reminder that this is actually not the case.

As COVID cases surge in the US, White Home COVID response coordinator Ashish Jha said Sunday early morning that  the Biden Management will need to authorize another $20 billion+ in COVID spending to pay for the next round of shots needed to stop another brutal winter wave later this year.

Specifically, Jha called on Congress to approve $22. 5 billion, a number that will help the federal government replenish its dwindling shot supply. If it doesn’t  the US “ is going to run out associated with treatments… we’re going to run out associated with testing. ”

Fortunately, at-home tests are obtainable at most pharmacies in the US nowadays.

This would imply that the FDA will approve a fourth shot for all People in america (not just the eligible elderly) by the time the winter rolls about, as the general population’s defenses begins to wane.

With enough resources to get more people vaccinated and more therapeutics in place, he said,   “ I do think we can get through this winter without a wide range of suffering and death. ”

Jha cited the Northeastern US, a region with among the highest vaccination rates, as an example of how vaccines can lower the rate associated with hospitalizations and deaths.

US COVID deaths in the US are slated to 1 million as soon as immediately (although as we have explained, that it is unclear how many of these deaths were actually caused by COVID, as opposed to another co-occurring illness. It’s worth noting that the CDC  recently revised its figures   for COVID deaths amongst children).

Bill Entrance and the World Economic Community forum are going to replace your food with gene-edited produce plus lab-grown meat.

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