During an interview with "CNN"

Harris: "I will not trust" Trump about any pre-election vaccine

Harris emphasized that the information that spoke about the effectiveness of the vaccine would have to come from a reliable source.


The Democratic candidate for the US Vice President, Kamala Harris, announced the day before yesterday that if an anti-Corona virus vaccine is available before the presidential elections scheduled for the third of November, she will not trust what President Donald Trump will say about the safety and effectiveness of this vaccine, stressing the necessity of The assessment was issued by a "trusted source".

In an interview with "CNN", Harris said, "I will not trust Donald Trump, and the information about the effectiveness and safety of the vaccine will have to be issued by a reliable source."

I will not agree with his words ».

And the US health authorities had asked state governments to take the necessary measures to be ready, by the first of November, to distribute a possible vaccine against "Covid-19".

The director of the US Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), Robert Redfield, said in a letter he sent to state governments last week that he was asking them "urgently" to do everything necessary to ensure that the facilities for distributing the future vaccine "are fully functional by November 1, 2020 ».

In his message, Redfield noted the need to remove all administrative obstacles and issue all necessary licenses and certificates in order for these facilities to be able to operate at full capacity on the specified date, which falls only two days before the presidential elections.

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