Following the swearing in of Joseph Biden as the 46th President of the United States, Amazon is helping the administration’s stated goals to commission the Kovid-19 vaccine. In a letter provided to TechCrunch, Worldwide Consumer CEO Dave Clarke congratulated Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris for promising, “helping you reach your goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans in the first 100 days of your administration.” for.”
The note contains a pledge set by Biden introducing members of the epidemic team during a press conference in December last year. “My first 100 days will not eliminate the Kovid-19 virus. I cannot promise this, ”said the then President-Elect. “But we do not get into this mess quickly, we are not going to get out of this quickly, it is going to take some time. But I am fully confident that in 100 days we can change the course of the disease and bring America for the better. Can change life. “
Recently, epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, a member of the Kovid-19 task force, called the goal “aspirational” […] But it is worth noting, “saying that it will take time for the ramp.
Clarke, in his letter, details Amazon’s response to the virus, as many warehouses and other workers were employed as essential workers. Resources on offer include deals with health care providers that may place vaccines on site.
“We have an agreement with a licensed third-party occupational health care provider to apply the vaccine at our Amazon facilities,” Clark writes. “We are ready to move quickly once vaccines are available. Additionally, we are ready to leverage your operations, information technology and communications capabilities and expertise to help your administration in vaccination efforts. Our scale allows us to immediately make a meaningful impact in the fight against COVID-19, and we are ready to assist you in this endeavor. “