Ruddy: Biden’s Good Job on the Vaccine

As a journalist, I believe in giving credit where it’s due.

Six months into his administration, President Joe Biden should be applauded for making a huge dent in the COVID pandemic.

I heard that in the early days of the administration, Biden himself was on a call discussing the rollout of the vaccine with some at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and others, wanting delays in the rollout.

Biden himself would have none of it. He took charge in the call and said there would be no delay.

After that, Biden pushed for relaxed mask and social distancing guidelines from the CDC, to the consternation of “lockdown” Democratic governors like Andrew Cuomo of New York and Gavin Newsom of California.

And rightfully, his White House has pushed back against calls for mandatory vaccinations (which has little public support; even the major teachers unions oppose such a move).

The bottom line: The vaccines are safe and effective. More than 3.6 billion shots have been given worldwide, and some 338 million here in the U.S. alone.

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