So, why are vaccines running out?

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  • 1 month ago
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    Vaccines take awhile to develop, test and get approved, before they can be manufactured and shipped, and manufacturing/shipping takes time. The manufacturing of the covid vaccines only started recently, with the first vaccines being administered just a month ago. 

    It's not so much that the vaccines are "running out" as the fact that it takes time to produce, transport, record and administer them. We can't just snap our fingers and have millions of doses ready to go, in every town in the nation. 

    They also need to keep the covid vaccines very cold, and many medical facilities don't have the equipment required to keep it at the necessary temperature. They had to set up a distribution system, with the right equipment. 

  • 1 month ago

    The problem isn't that vaccines are running out, it's just that distribution has been ineffective. Joe Biden and Dr. Fauci are currently working to try and get to 1 million covid vaccinations per day. Once we hit this, things should start to look better. I hope this helps.


  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    they are prob not running out as such worse situation and maybe true, is that the new strains are resistint, and new variants of vaccines may need to be developed, it's war and there only 1 way to make sure we don't lose..until we can win..

    again covid questions auto directed to video games,  go figure.....

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