Coronavirus in the US: 3 keys that explain the dizzying rate of vaccination against covid-19 in the country hardest hit by the pandemic

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The United States hopes that by the end of May there will be vaccines for all adults in the country.

The United States is beating its most optimistic vaccine forecasts.

This Tuesday, the government announced that as of April 19, adults of any age will be able to receive the vaccine, much earlier than expected by the president. Joe Biden, who since he assumed the presidency on January 20 made vaccination his priority.

This is an advance over the May 1 date that Biden had announced several weeks ago. Any adult, regardless of age, medical condition or occupation, will be able to access immunization, something that already happens informally.

That does not mean, however, that anyone will get it easily since certain distribution problems still persist.

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