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A package of emergency vaccines and emergency healthcare is expected to be sent to the US and Canada by the end of the month, with a total of $5bn of the $12bn the Obama administration announced in January.
But the money is not yet fully funded.
The US government will be handing out the vaccines and the healthcare in batches of two or three doses each, which will be delivered to those affected by the pandemic.
The first batch will arrive in the US on Saturday, while the second batch will be distributed to those in Europe by the beginning of November.
The White House said the funds would come from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It will not be paid by the US government but will be “used to pay for the delivery of the vaccines, as well as the distribution of healthcare to those most in need”.
The administration said the money would be paid from a “bundled emergency fund” of $3.5bn that will be provided by the Treasury.
President Barack Obama delivers the State of the Union address on January 18, 2021, in Washington DC.US healthcare will be the first in a series of emergency responses that will help the world catch up with the pandemics, including a US$1bn emergency fund to cover healthcare costs for people caught up in the pandics.HHS will also provide $5.5m to cover “critical” healthcare costs in the next 12 months.
The funds will be used to cover the costs of administering the vaccine.
“Our nation has been through some really challenging times,” Mr Obama said.
“And we’ve come out of them stronger, safer and healthier.”
Now, though, we must be better prepared for the next phase of the pandochains outbreak.
So, today, I’m sending a clear message to the American people that we are on the front lines of this emergency response.
“We have some very important, big things to do to help you, and to protect you, in the months and years ahead.”
The first vaccine will be given to those who have already had a shot, as soon as they can be safely vaccinated.
Those with more severe conditions, or those who are infected with the virus themselves, will have to wait until the second dose, which would be distributed over six months.
It will be handed out through a special dispensation process that will require at least one other person to sign a consent form.
“As a result, the US is sending out a large number of doses of a second vaccine that will not contain any influenza viruses.”
This second vaccine will contain the H5N1 strain, which is less dangerous than the first vaccine, and will also be administered in an open-label fashion to those with severe conditions,” the White House statement said.
The second vaccine was originally scheduled to be distributed in December, but was delayed until January.
The government has not yet determined the final distribution date.
There are fears the pandestains will get worse and the government will need to get its hands on additional vaccines.
President Donald Trump, who has promised to “solve the pandepains” by November, said the US would need to send more than 10 million doses of vaccines to the public.”
If we don’t do it, we’re going to end up with tens of millions of shots, not one,” he said.
He said the administration’s plan would ensure the US had the capacity to vaccinate a further 10 million people by Christmas.”
I’ve heard this before, it’s called the ‘first dose’ plan, and it’s very well thought out.
And we’re very excited about it,” Mr Trump said.
There is also a $1bn US$4bn emergency medical and disaster relief package to be handed over to the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, and $1.5 billion to the European Union, which has been hit hard by the virus.
There have been several deaths linked to the pandemanases, including one from the coronavirus.
Hospitals in the region reported that many people were already experiencing some degree of diarrhoea, fatigue and vomiting.
The virus is spreading across the world and has killed more than 18,000 people, including 3,000 in the United States, and more than 3,300 in the UK.