It may turn out to be quite bumpy.
To boost testing, the Biden team has proposed a federal Pandemic Testing Board, modeled after the War Production Board.
The question is whether there’s enough dry ice to store and transport vaccine to neighborhoods and remote places.
Within 24 hours of emergency authorization from the Food and Drug Administration, the vaccine maker Pfizer plans to move the product to patients nationwide.
Scare tactics and facts are actually among the least effective strategies.
Sixty percent of people now say they’ll get a vaccine, but that’s not enough to get the pandemic under control.
Researchers say they must overcome deep mistrust of medical research in the Black, Latinx and Native American communities in recruiting volunteers for vaccine testing.
The retailer plans to hire 15,000 additional staff, mostly pharmacy technicians.
Health departments will need trained personnel and equipment like syringes and vials. And states want special funding.
The Trump administration has given Kodak hundreds of millions of dollars to produce chemicals for COVID-19 treatments. But the venerable photography company will have to compete with a global supply chain.