alyssa rosenberg, un columnista de izquierda, criticó a la administración luego de un informe de Politico que decía que podrían esperar hasta junio para autorizar una vacuna COVID-19 para niños pequeños.
El informe dijo, as Rosenberg noted, que “it would be simpler and less confusing to simultaneously authorize and promote two vaccines to the public, rather than green-lighting one on a faster timetable and the other down the road.”
She called on the president and his administration to “be straight” with parents and criticized the government response to the pandemic.
“The nature of the pandemic and the government response has forced people to independently cobble together what knowledge they could, to make the best decisions for themselves and their families,” ella escribió. “Aparentemente, the administration thinks parents are too feebleminded to parse that different vaccines with different dosages might have different levels of efficacy or require a different number of shots.”