27% of American Adults Said they Would not Get Vaccinated

According to a poll conducted by ABC News in June, 27% of American adults said they would definitely or probably not get vaccinated. US President Trump mentioned in his National Day speech on Saturday that the United States may obtain a COVID-19  vaccine solution by the end of this year.

The Washington Post reported that Trump said on Saturday that 99% of coronavirus cases are completely harmless. Facing CNN’s questions, Hahn said that he fully supports the information published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on COVID-19 (including: only one-third of the new crown cases are asymptomatic patients).

According to a poll conducted by the Associated Press and the National Public Opinion Public Affairs Research Center on 1,056 American adults between May 14-18, 49% of the people were willing to be vaccinated with COVID-19, 20% said they were unwilling, and another 31 % Means uncertain.

In terms of age, only 40% of American adults between the ages of 18-59 are willing to be vaccinated. As far as parties are concerned, only 43% of Republican respondents are willing to be vaccinated.

Worldometers statistics show that the US COVID-19 newly diagnosed 7 days (as of July 5, 2020) moving average reported 49,486 cases, a record high.

According to the statistics of the COVID Tracking Project, the diagnosis rate of COVID-19 in 29 states in the United States is higher than the economic restart diagnosis rate recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) in the past 7 days (as of 3:00 AM Eastern Time on July 5, 2020) (5%).

India COVID-19 cumulative number of confirmed cases jumped to the third highest in the world

Indian media “The Hindu” reported on July 5 that WHO chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan said that the pragmatic (but very optimistic) experimental timetable from the beginning of the first phase to the end of the third phase may be about 6-9 months. She said that any vaccine used on a large scale must prove its effectiveness and safety.

CNBC reported that Swaminathan said at a news conference on Thursday that the natural mutation of the virus is expected, but major mutations in key areas such as spike protein may affect vaccine development.

Worldometers statistics show that the cumulative number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in India reported 698,233 cases, ranking third in the world, second only to the United States and Brazil.

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27% of American Adults Said they Would Definitely or Probably not Get Vaccinated

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