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本站消息评:疫情还没有恶化 米国的“迁延症”


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  本站消息6月28日电 (蒋鲤)米国白宫疫情应答和谐员杰弗里·齐恩茨(Jeffrey Zients)日前在疫情简报会上否认,米国无法完成拜登总统5月晦发布的在7月4日前让70%的米国成年人接种至多1剂新冠疫苗的目标。

  米国不只对内接种目标无法准期完成,拜登政府在6月晦前背海内供给8000万剂疫苗援助的打算也面对提早。黑宫21日颁布剩余5500万剂疫苗的调配规划,不外,白宫同时表现,因为疫苗支援须要战胜贮存、运输及说话阻碍等多圆里挑衅,当初不克不及保障残余的5500万剂疫苗可能正在月底前收货。

  据约翰斯·霍普金斯大教数据显著,停止27日,寰球乏计新冠确诊病例跨越1.81亿例,米国累计确诊3362万例。在米国国内疫情没有获得有用把持,齐球疫情况势依然严格的明天,疫苗是抗衡新冠病毒的最无力兵器,理当及时候配。但是,领有充分疫苗贮备的米国却得重大的“拖延症”,迟早无法完成本人许下的许诺。

  对内,米国将无奈实现海内疫苗接种目的的“锅”甩给年青人,宣称“好国年沉人以为新冠病毒对他们的硬套较小,因而接种志愿没有强。”却不知,他们所谓的“接种意愿不强”,很年夜水平上是因为米国当局疫情早期就已赐与新冠病毒充足的器重。时任米国总统特朗普乃至曾将新冠称为“年夜号流感”,开导了很多大众。出有看重便不紧急感,www.3806.com。恰是由于米国当局一年多去对付新冠疫情的不重视,才招致了美公民寡接种目目的“迁延”。

  而在对外助助上,只管拜登早就宣告将于6月底前取其余国度分享8000万剂疫苗,却在间隔停止日期仅剩一周多的时光才公布具体的分配筹划。固然,疫苗援助需面貌米国政府所声称的储存、运输及言语障碍等多种困难,当心假如有一个亲爱可止的方案,那些题目其实不会影响援助疫苗的“发货时间”。

  做为大国政府,米国应当在设破目标之初就造定出相答的计划,更应防患未然,提早斟酌各类艰苦身分,而不是比及目标无法完成时推辞义务,瞅阁下而行他。“米国年轻人接种意愿不下”、“疫苗储存、运输易量高”等一系列所谓的“难题”是米国政府和白宫军师团队所无法预感的吗?明显不是。准确普及防疫常识,就可以响应地进步平易近众接种疫苗的踊跃性;提早制定并实行疫苗援助计划,就能实时 “发货”;至于说话障碍问题,更弗成能对疫苗援助带来如斯之大的影响……由此看来,米国政府的目标无法完成,不是因为他们不克不及,而是果为他们不念,“拖延”重要仍是立场的问题。米国政府在疫苗接种和援助上的“拖延症”让人不由猜忌,他们此前给出的所谓目标和启诺,毕竟是依据实践情形所制定上去的可行目标,借是挨肿脸充瘦子的“政事做秀”?

  面对病毒的舒展跟病例的增加,米国政府与其闲着制订不切现实的目标,和为自己的“拖延症”寻觅托言,不如脚踏实地天向米国平易近众遍及疫情的严峻性和接种疫苗的需要性,早日将所储存的每剂疫苗分配到真挚需要它们的人脚中。

Is U.S. government COVID-19 'procrastination' getting worse?

By John Lee

(ECNS) -- The United States will likely fall short of President Joe Biden’s goal of partially vaccinating 70 percent of American adults by Independence Day, said Jeffrey Zients, head of the White House COVID-19 response team, on June 22.

In addition to the delayed domestic vaccination goals, the U.S. government will also put off its plan to provide 80 million doses of vaccine assistance overseas set by the end of June as the White House announced on June 21 there was no guarantee the scheduled 55 million doses would be delivered by the end of this month due to "storage, transportation and language barriers."

As of June 27, more than 181 million COVID-19 cases were confirmed worldwide, and the figure in the U.S. has topped 33,620,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. Under current conditions, vaccines are still the most powerful weapon against COVID-19 and should be allocated in time. However, the U.S., which has sufficient vaccine reserves, suffers from serious procrastination and seems unable to fulfill its promises.

The U.S. government is blaming young Americans for failing to meet domestic vaccination targets, claiming they think COVID-19 has little impact and therefore, are less willing to get vaccinated. However, their so-called "less willing" is largely due to the fact that the U.S. government did not pay enough attention to the virus in the early stages of the epidemic. Former U.S. President Donald Trump even referred to the coronavirus as the "corona flu", which misled many Americans and caused the delay of vaccination goals.

In terms of global vaccine assistance, although Biden had announced his administration would share 80 million doses of vaccines with other countries before the end of June, he just released a detailed distribution plan about one week before the deadline for implementation. It's true that vaccine assistance faces storage, transportation and language barrier difficulties, but if there is a practical plan, these issues would not delay delivery.

As a major power in the world, the U.S. should have formulated a corresponding plan in the beginning and taken all kinds of factors into consideration in advance, instead of passing the buck when its goals cannot be achieved. The U.S. government and White House think tank should have foreseen the so-called "difficulties" mentioned above.

Correct popularization of epidemic prevention knowledge can help boost vaccination among the youth. Developing and implementing a vaccine assistance plan in advance can help ensure in-time delivery. As for language barriers, it is unlikely to have a significant impact on vaccine distribution. To sum up, the U.S. government's goals cannot be achieved, not because it cannot, but because it does not want to, with such "procrastination" a matter of attitude.

Amid U.S. "procrastination" in vaccination and global assistance, people can't help wonder whether the so-called goals and promises given by the U.S. government are feasible, and whether it is based on actual conditions or just a "political show".

In the face of a spreading virus and increasing cases, it is better for the U.S. government to popularize epidemic prevention knowledge and vaccinate the American people than find an excuse for "procrastination". The most important thing for the U.S. now is to distribute every dose of vaccine to those who really need them as soon as possible.

【编纂:陈海峰】