Democrat Joe Biden said Friday that if elected president he would mandate coronavirus vaccines be free for all Americans, part of a national strategy to “get ahead of this virus.” That is why Joe Biden is outlining a plan to mount: A decisive public health response that ensures the wide availability of free testing; the elimination of all cost barriers to preventive care and treatment for COVID-19; the development of a vaccine; and the full deployment and operation of necessary supplies, personnel, and facilities. Watch live coverage of Joe Biden delivering remarks on development and distribution of a Covid-19 vaccine... Watch live coverage of Joe Biden delivering remarks on development and distribution By 47% to 34%, more voters would trust Joe Biden than Trump to make sure a safe vaccine is available, while 14% said they wouldn't trust either. Three-quarters of voters say whoever wins the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Thursday blasted President Trump’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and said he would only trust a coronavirus vaccine’s safety if it were 3 hours ago President-elect Joe Biden made COVID-19 a linchpin of his campaign, criticizing President Donald Trump’s leadership on everything from masks and packed campaign rallies to vaccines… A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week, including false stories about Joe Biden, COVID-19 vaccines, pedophiles in California, human trafficking The bottom line: Biden said that if these three questions are answered, then he and others should "absolutely" take the vaccine. Context: Before giving remarks, Biden had a virtual briefing with public health experts on developing and distributing a COVID-19 vaccine.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has said that if he is elected in the November 3 election, he will make Covid-19 vaccines free for all Americans. "Once we have a safe and effective vaccine, it has to be free to everyone -- whether or not you're insured," Xinhua news agency quoted Biden as saying during a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday. A COVID-19 vaccine must be developed and distributed transparently by scientists and not politicians, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Joe Biden Biden pulls ahead of Trump in Georgia 2 days ago Vaccines: Biden’s plan would put an emphasis on equitable and widespread delivery of therapeutics in the near term and eventually a free coronavirus vaccine, he said. Biden has vowed if elected, he will begin carrying out his plan even before he is inaugurated.
Amid fears that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will rush the introduction of a COVID-19 vaccine in response to pressure from President Donald Trump, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wants clarification from the agency on how it will decide whether such a treatment is ready ― and a vow from Trump to do what the FDA’s scientists recommend. American's health depends on confidence in the safety of a coronavirus vaccine. Watch live as Joe Biden delivers remarks on developing and equitably distributing a safe and effective vaccine. Visit the Voting Information Center for official election resources and local updates. Get Voting Information. Joe Biden spoke Wednesday about the work underway for a coronavirus vaccine and said that people should not take President Donald Trump’s word for it when one becomes available without Joe Biden spoke Wednesday about the work underway for a coronavirus vaccine and said that people should not take President Donald Trump’s word for it when one becomes available without V ice President Biden said that he would not trust President Trump to deliver a safe and effective coronavirus vaccine during a bitter debate rife with repeated, personal attacks. “In terms of Democratic Party's presidential candidate Joe Biden has bluntly contradicted Donald Trump's suggestion that a COVID-19 vaccine may be only weeks away, warning Americans they can't trust the