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Dr. Scott Gottlieb Expects Covid Vaccine Appointments to be Widely Available by April in the U.S.

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I think we’re going to run out of demand sooner than we think. I suspect that [at] some point in March, and certainly by the end of March, we’re going to have to make this [vaccine] generally available. That doesn’t mean everyone can go and get a vaccine April 1, but I think everyone is going to be able to go online and get an appointment sooner than we think.

Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former head of the FDA and current board member at Pfizer, in an interview with CNBC’s Squawk Box earlier this week. Gottlieb said he believes there will be “a lack of Americans wanting to receive the shots.” The CNBC report, “Dr. Scott Gottlieb Expects Covid Vaccine Appointments to be Widely Available by April in the U.S.,” can be read here.