A least 70% of US adults will be vaccinated in the US from the fourth of July and a plan to roll out shots for 12- to 15-year-olds as soon as possible.

This development is in line with President Joe Biden’s laid out plans to vaccinate 160 million adults by Independence Day.

At the moment, the US is doing a good job after vaccinating nearly a million adults per day, after 105 million have already had Covid-19 jabs.

Just three weeks ago, the vaccination rate is half of what it was as Mr Biden admitted his administration was working to win over “doubters” about the shots.

Israel – a world leader in vaccination rates – has nearly fully reopened its economy and seen its number of new coronavirus cases crash to almost zero, with just over 60% of the population having received at least one shot.

With a lot of enthusiasm towards the vaccination process, Biden encouraged everyone in the US with a statement at the, White House on Monday:  He said, “In two months let’s celebrate independence as a nation and our independence from this virus. We can do this. We will do this.”

Meanwhile, Mr Biden had with a lot of certainty, previously set the goal for life to be “back to normal” by 4 July.