COVID-19 Vaccine Evidence Health care policy
A recently suggested health policy in the United States is the COVID-19 vaccin distribution plan. The COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan in the United States was created to address the current COVID-19 epidemic, which is having a major impact on economies and global health. Access to healthcare is the most important social determinant in this policy. Access to healthcare is a major issue for many Americans, especially those who come from low-income communities. There have been disparities in vaccination distribution with certain groups being more affected than others by the pandemic. It is possible to back the vaccine distribution plan. Multiple studies have proven the efficacy and safety of these vaccines, including those by the CDC and WHO. The Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine was 95% effective at preventing COVID-19 according to a New England Journal of Medicine study (Polack et. al. 2020). The Moderna COVID-19 vaccination was found to be 94.1% effective at stopping COVID-19 according to another Lancet study (Baden, 2021).