Taking that step would "generate more confidence" in the vaccine among the president's followers, said Adm. Brett Giroir.
Brett Giroir urged Americans to continue following coronavirus safety advice, saying the U.S. is at “a critical and very dangerous part of this pandemic."
“This is crunch time. This is not crying wolf," warned Adm. Brett Giroir, the Trump administration's coronavirus testing czar.
“Of course it would be better if we could start working with them,” Dr. Anthony Fauci said of Biden's presidential transition team.
There's "no evidence" to show the anti-malarial drug is effective in treating COVID-19, Adm. Brett Giroir said.
"Ultimately, within a reasonable time, the plans allow for any American who needs the vaccine to get it," the nation's top infectious disease expert assured lawmakers.
Admiral Brett Giroir, who's leading Trump's testing protocols, tried to paint a rosy picture of nationwide testing efforts, which are severely lacking in hard-hit cities.