Sumary of Covid vaccine incentives make U.S. look ‘like a nation of sulky adolescents,’ doctor says:
- “When people are clamoring for vaccines in India and in Brazil, it just makes us look like a nation of sulky adolescents..
- The federal government is changing vaccine allocation strategies across the country amid the slowing pace of vaccinations..
- States can turn down doses that they don’t need and the shots will be redistributed to areas with higher demand..
- Hotez, co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children’s Hospital, told CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith,”.
- “In terms of sending away unused doses to other states, the risk of that one is, we do create this red state/blue state divide where we stop transmission in some parts of the country, but not others,”…