Officials say Americans will wear masks and wear their social distances until 2022, moderator Kristen Welker said Thursday during the last presidential debate in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Let me follow up with you and since this is new information, you said a vaccine would arrive soon, in the weeks now,” she told President Trump after asked how he would lead the country into the next stage of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Your own officials say it could take well in 2021 at the earliest for enough Americans to get vaccinated. And even then, they say the country will wear masks and distance itself until 2022. Is your timeline realistic? Welker continued.
Trump replied that he thought his timeline would be “more precise”:
I don’t know if they rely on the military like I do, but we have our generals lined up, one in particular is the head of logistics. And it’s a very easy distribution for him. He is ready to go as soon as we have the vaccine and we expect to have 100 million vials. As soon as we have the vaccine, it’s ready to go.
Another digital “health pass” to track and restrict travel – this one for international travel to the United States. We are told we must have a central global database to track travelers
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