Quickly after the media’s projection of Democratic nominee Joe Biden as the presidential election winner, Pfizer had announced that their vaccine is 90% successful. Before the election, President Donald Trump has vowed a coronavirus vaccine for the Americans before the year ends, which the Democrats have been criticizing for its questionable effectivity and safety.
Ironically, it appears that after Biden’s “win,” the liberals see the announcement of vaccine as good news now.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose state has recorded the highest number of deaths according to the latest data, said the vaccine breakthrough is good news, but also bad news because Biden isn’t taking over as the new president in two months to implement a vaccine plan, instead of Trump.
“The good news is the Pfizer tests look good and we’ll have a vaccine shortly. The bad news is that it’s about two months before Joe Biden takes over and that means this administration is going to be implementing a vaccine plan,” Cuomo said as he spoke to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America.
“They’re going to take this vaccine and they’re going to go through the private mechanisms, through hospitals, through drug market chains, etc. That’s going to be slow, that’s going to bypass the communities we call health care deserts. If you don’t have a Rite Aid or a CVS you’re in trouble,” Cuomo added.