According to the White House, President Joe Biden’s government is planning a strategy to produce a next-generation of Coronavirus jabs that would prevent upcoming more infectious variants of SARS-CoV-2 and considerably decrease the rates of COVID-19 infection and transmission, building on available vaccines doses whose influence has been primarily to thwart severe sickness and unfortunate death.
In order to commence the effort, the Biden administration is gathering prominent US health officials, pharmaceutical executives, including Moderna and Pfizer, and top medicine scientists for a Summit on Tuesday to talk about the latest technologies and to build a road map for manufacturing the Nextgen Coronavirus vaccines.
In an interview, the White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator, Ashish Jha, said that those would be jabs that will be more productive, that’s going to offer long-lasting protection, it doesn’t matter how the lethal virus develops.
Jha added that if the health experts could drive down Coronavirus infections by ninety percent, Coronavirus disease really starts to disappear and becomes just one respiratory disease that they’ve to cope with. Ashish Jha also acknowledged that such a drive would possibly require more funding from the U.S. Congress, though he refused to provide a detailed estimate.
Biden Recovering Significantly
According to the July 25th letter from Dr. Kevin O’Connor, Physician to President Biden, the President completed his 4th day of Pfizer-Biotech-developed Paxlovid COVID-19 antiviral pill. Biden’s symptoms have now almost completely improved. When asked, he said that currently, Biden only notes minimal hoarseness and some nasal stuffiness.
In addition, President Biden’s respiratory rate, blood pressure, pulse, and temperature remain completely normal; lungs stay clear, and oxygen saturation is also excellent on room air.
Biden’s Covid “symptoms have now almost completely resolved,” the White House physician reports. At this point he has some “residual nasal congestion and minimal hoarseness,” says Dr. O’Connor.
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Furthermore, earlier on July 25, Ashish Jha told Fox News Sunday that all seventeen identified Biden’s close contacts had so far tested COVID-negative. On Sunday, Jha told CBS’s “Face The Nation” that the President had an infection in the upper respiratory tract.
According to July 26 COVID-19 update by the CSSE at Johns Hopkins University, 1027369 Americans died of the fatal disease caused by the lethal Coronavirus.