President Joe Biden promised that his team would deliver 100 million Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus vaccines during his first 100 days in office, building on the schedule left by former President Trump, but his team does not know where 20 million doses are.

Losing control of drug stocks could jeopardize the fulfillment of the program, according to the New York Post on Feb. 1. 

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported shipping 50 million vaccines but said only little over 30 million were administered. 

Where are the vaccines?

The CDC hypotheses that about 2 million doses could be delayed in various state offices.

The rest should be in warehouses, in freezers, or in transit through the complex distribution network the federal government gets them to the states.

One commentator alluded to the tangled case by quoting the American boxer, Mike Tyson: “‘Everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the mouth. They are planning. They are competent. It’s just the weight of everything when you sit down in that chair. It’s heavy,” according to the New York Post. 

Effectiveness of vaccines

Debates continue about the controversial vaccines. The benefits, they supposedly provide remain vague amid numerous cases of allergies, deaths, and virus mutations that cast doubt on their effectiveness. 

Deaths have been recorded with at least 29 cases in Norway, 13 in Israel, and 148 in the United States according to reports received by the Department of Health and Human Services’ Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, or VAERS.

The uncertainty surrounding the effectiveness of vaccines along with reports of adverse effects makes alternative drugs that cure the virus, including Regeneron and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), all the more desirable.

An antibody cocktail produced by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, which former President Donald Trump received after he tested positive for the virus is another such alternative treatment. The company announced on Jan. 26 that one of its products is 100% effective in treating symptomatic infections caused by the virus.

Using hydroxychloroquine

Regarding hydroxychloroquine, “Facebook just announced it ‘made a mistake’ when it censored studies showing HCQ saves lives,” according to a Jan. 28 tweet from Dr. Simone Gold. 

She added, “Censorship is never ‘a mistake.’ Tech executives repeatedly made a calculated decision, month after month, silencing physicians worldwide. Censorship kills.”