COVID-19 : Fauci: “Vaccines will be available to everyone in July, but vaccination will take longer”

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. – Although the United States will have enough vaccines for the entire population by the end of July, getting everyone vaccinated could take a couple more months, according to Dr. Anthony Fauci.
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Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the United States needs “about 600 million doses of vaccines” to serve the entire population.

“How long it will take to vaccinate people will depend on how efficiently we are in distributing it to people,” Fauci told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Wednesday.

How to achieve herd immunity?

Fauci believes that between 70% and 85% of the population needs to be immunized against the virus for this type of immunity to take effect.

“I hope that by the time we get to this point, as the president says, we have enough vaccinations for everyone who requires it, that people get out and that we have actually vaccinated 70% or 80% of the population, which possibly it will lead us to herd immunity ”.