“For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP “For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP
“For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP

12 per cent of Americans may not need coronavirus vaccine because of previous exposure, US officials say

  • US government’s ‘Operation Warp Speed’ initiative is winnowing the number of vaccine candidates whose development it is supporting down to seven
  • Federal agencies have committed almost US$3 billion to speed development of promising vaccines and improve manufacturing and distribution capacity

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
“For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP “For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP
“For many reasons we don't expect to have all Americans vaccinated,” an administration official said on Tuesday. Photo: AP
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