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17. 09. 2020. 00:00   >>  14:45 0

BIDEN SAID

"I Trust Vaccines. I Trust Scientists. But I Don't Trust Donald Trump "

Distributing a vaccine or vaccines for the coronavirus will be one of the biggest challenges the next president faces, Democratic nominee Joe Biden said Wednesday.

"The development of a vaccine is only part of the battle. Distributing a vaccine to the entire population is as complex and challenging as one of the most sensitive military operations," he said in prepared remarks in Wilmington, Del., after he received a briefing from a panel of vaccine experts.

He added: "If I'm elected president, I'll begin by implementing an effective distribution plan from the minute I take office."

Biden also tried to draw a clear line between his distrust of whether the president will inject politics into the vaccine approval and his trust in scientists and vaccines writ large.

"Let me be clear: I trust vaccines. I trust scientists. But I don't trust Donald Trump," Biden said. "And at this moment the American people can't either."

 The coronavirus vaccine has emerged as a top issue on the campaign trail in recent weeks, given that a vaccine is key to both halting the public health crisis and jump-starting the struggling economy.

Biden alluded to the president's recent comments on the timing of the vaccine, characterizing them as irresponsible.

"Scientific breakthroughs don't care about calendars anymore than the virus does. They certainly don't adhere to election cycles," Biden said. "Their timing, approval and distribution should never be distorted by political considerations."

In the United States, 195,000 people died of coronavirus infection, more than in any other country, and millions of jobs were lost, and the pandemic gained a central place in the election campaign.

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