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Trump Believes The United States Will Have A Vaccine Against COVID-19 By The End Of 2020



In an interview with Fox News, US President Donald Trump believes that the United States will have the Covid-19 vaccine later this year.

In an interview with Fox News recently, US President Donald Trump said:

 "I think we will have the vaccine sooner rather than later." 

He emphasized that many American companies are actively researching the Covid-19 vaccine and are about to succeed in developing it.

Along with many other countries, the US is rushing to become the first country to have a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 virus. Trump said he would still be happy if the American researchers were defeated in the race to develop drugs for Covid-19.

Trump Added:
"If someone succeeds first, I will take my hat off. I don't care, I just want an effective vaccine."
On May 3, US health officials said 14 types of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 virus are being prepared under the "Operation Warp Speed" program of the President Donald Trump administration.

Over the next two weeks, these 14 vaccines will undergo further testing. US health officials expect about six to eight of which will be selected for the next round of clinical trials. The ultimate goal is to have 3 or 4 vaccines in the final testing loop before being launched in early 2021.

The US is currently the largest epidemic region in the world. In the past 24 hours, the country reported an additional 1,115 deaths, bringing the number of deaths in the US to 68,559. The US also recorded an additional 26,261 cases of nCoV, bringing the total to 1,187,035.

New York, the center of Covid-19 in the US, currently records 323,883 cases and 24,648 deaths from nCoV, up 4,670 and 280 cases respectively from the previous day. Governor Andrew Cuomo said the state government would require the entire hospital to prepare a 90-day supply of personal protective equipment in case of a wave of hospitalization due to Covid-19.

About half of the states in the US have loosened measures to prevent the disease from spreading from May 1, when the number of new cases began to decline or stabilize. Texas and Georgia were the first two states to relax their blockade.

 Texas allows businesses to operate again in parts, retail stores and shopping malls are maintained at 25% capacity. In Georgia, meanwhile, nearly every business has resumed operations.

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