President-elect Joe BidenJoe Biden46 percent of voters say Trump should concede immediately: poll Michigan county reverses course, votes unanimously to certify election results GOP senator: Trump shouldn’t fire top cybersecurity official MORE criticized the Trump administration’s delay of the transition, saying it was preventing his team from getting information about how coronavirus vaccines will be distributed. Biden suggested during a roundtable with health care workers on Wednesday that the delays could put his administration behind by weeks or months in putting together a distribution initiative.”We’ve been unable to get access to the kinds of things we need to know about the depth of stockpiles, we know there’s not much at all,” Biden said during the virtual roundtable. ADVERTISEMENT”We get to the point where we have a sense of when these vaccines come out, how they’ll be distributed, who will be first in line, what the plan is for 300 million Americans and beyond our border that will have to be taken care of,” he continued. ”And there’s a whole lot of things we just don’t have available to us, so unless it’s made available to us soon, we’ll be behind by weeks or months to put together the initiative relating to the biggest… Read full this story
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