new video loaded: A ‘season of hope’, says Pence of possible vaccine approval
A ‘season of hope’, says Pence of possible vaccine approval
Vice President Mike Pence visited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday, offering an optimistic assessment of the coronavirus pandemic with the likely approval of the first coronavirus vaccine as early as next week.
First and foremost, on behalf of President Donald Trump and all of the members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, just to thank you. Thank you to the men and women of the CDC, who have literally dedicated their lives over the past 10 months to saving lives across America. We are going through a difficult time during this pandemic. And we all have a role to play – washing our hands, social distancing, wearing a mask when appropriate. But we are also in a season of hope. To be as we may be, Bob, only a week and a half away from what the likely approval of the first coronavirus vaccine will be for the American people. He inspires the people of this country. We are going to put our seniors and the staff in our long-term health care facilities first. And we’re also going to be a priority for healthcare workers so that we continue – not only to put their health first – but also to make sure that we have staff in our hospitals, in our clinics to provide care to the people. continue to be affected by this pandemic.
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