Fauci says all Americans could have access to a COVID-19 vaccine by April


What's the timeline for most Americans to get vaccinated against coronavirus, the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells Good Morning America. If everything pans out health care workers, then the most vulnerable will be vaccinated first, starting hopefully sometime next month. The rest of us will have to wait another six months or so for our shots and of April early May May June. Somewhere around that time, the ordinary citizen should be able to get it. Even with the rapidly rising number of cases across the country, Dr Fauci says the U. S can turn things around if people wear masks, socially distance and take the rules and the virus seriously. Carrie Preston. ABC

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