Sumary of Moderna says it is on track to deliver the US 100 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine by March:
- At a daily briefing on Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked if administration had a ball park figure of how many doses are in the U.S. that have not yet been given out.
- The woefully sedate roll-out has been labored with problems since the begin with states left to handle their own distribution amid staff shortages, and while other countries storm ahead in dishing it out.
- The announcement of Moderna commitment appears to be on track with Biden raising the threshold for vaccinations in the U.S. In a press conference on Monday, Biden said it wont be long before the U.S. will soon be able to vaccinate 1.5 million people per day.