COVID19 vaccine psychology insights are the topic today on Wink News. Dr. Bart Rossi, Ph.D. joins the host to discuss in this short episode.
With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, many are looking to a vaccine to finally beat it. President Trump back in May said he expects a vaccine before the end of the year. Many in the medical community are not as optimistic. The New York Times has been reporting on the progress of vaccine development.
Despite assurances by Trump [in May] that the pandemic is now under control, now in July cases, and hospitalizations are again surging.
On July 17, 2020, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the following actions taken in its ongoing response effort to the COVID-19 pandemic. It also issued warning letters to operators of two websites (www.hydroxychloroquine-online.com and www.pharmaboosters.com) that market unapproved COVID-19 products.
Reuters reported in July that the U.S. shattered all previous records with 77,000 new cases in one day, with Florida the new hot spot.
The president, as well as his allies, such s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, have said schools that don’t open will lose financial funding. And like every other hot-button topic, Trump supporters agree with him, and critics disagree. There is a consensus, however, that they don’t have the authority to take such an action.
In an interview on CNN Ms. DeVos makes her case for kids going back to school but sidesteps pointed questions.
COVID 19 Vaccine Psychology Insights
In this short episode, Dr. Bart joins Wink News for a discussion about COVID19 vaccine psychology insights. And he suggests that it is all about expectations.