One year ago today Joe Biden said “I’ll always tell you the truth” about coronavirus.
Now he says there wasn’t a vaccine when he took office.
Biden said he wanted to vaccinate people at a rate of one million per day for his first 100 days.
Biden has set a goal to vaccinate 100 million Americans during his first 100 days in office. During the press conference, Biden called the Trump administration’s distribution of coronavirus vaccines a “dismal failure so far,” warning that “things are going to continue to get worse before they get better.”
But there were 1.5 million vaccines given the day Biden read the oath of office from the teleprompter. The first day vaccines were available was a month earlier on December 21. Biden’s target was achieved by Trump.
Biden said “things are going to continue to get worse before they get better” – but cases peaked several weeks before he occupied President Trump’s office, and have been declining sharply ever since.
In most states, cases have been plummeting since mid-November (long before a vaccine was available) and are close to zero now.
Here in Wyoming we never locked down, but all restrictions will be lifted next week – though we will likely be locked down by several feet of global warming.