Jerome Adams

“We know it induces identical immune response.” U.S. vaccine chief Moncef Slaoui said officials may half the dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 shot to speed up vaccinations.
Jerome Adams told CBS the hesitation among communities of color to take the COVID-19 vaccine "comes from a real place" but that leaders must restore trust.
Trump has held no public events to trumpet the rollout, has not been inoculated himself and has tweeted only twice about the shot.
Jerome Adams said coronavirus safety guidelines "apply to the White House, they apply to the American people, they apply to everyone."
Adams told police he was working with the state's governor on COVID-19, but didn't know parks were closed to slow the virus spread. At the time, Oahu parks were closed by Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell in an attempt to prevent crowds from gathering.
Adams compared his claims about the ineffectiveness of wearing masks to treating asthma with cigarettes. And that was his defense.
While the White House scales back efforts to combat the coronavirus, the president is back to planning campaign rallies and golfing.
Amber Ruffin blasted Jerome Adams for telling people of color to "step it up."
Jerome Adams then said he didn't mean to offend and his advice was for "all Americans." He was addressing the disproportionate rate of minority deaths.
The surgeon general warned the coronavirus pandemic would bring the "hardest and saddest" week of most Americans' lives.
Vice Admiral Jerome Adams called on the nine Republican governors who have not issued statewide stay-at-home orders to "do their part."
“Another important message from an important celebrity," the actor said of his post.
Jerome Adams complimented Trump's health but offered little information about who has been or will be tested for coronavirus.
Instead of receiving needed addiction treatment, black Americans have historically been incarcerated for drug-related offenses.
Indiana Health Commissioner Jerome Adams and then-Gov. Mike Pence wrestled with moral questions for months before approving a needle-exchange program.