The Biden administration is trying to dampen expectations about the vaccine. But, the numbers still don't add up. If 100 million shots are administered, some of those shots will go to people who have gotten only one shot. Let's say that is 10 million. Then, the remaining 90 million shots will be distributed 2 shots each to 45 million people. That is not 67 million people vaccinated. The absolute maximum number of people that could be vaccinated with 100 million shots is 50 million. Where does the 67 million number come from? They do not intend to count people who were already vaccinated (two shots) or had one shot already before Biden was inaugurated, do they?
It seems like Tony Fauci is trying to clarify something about what the 100 million vaccines actually means, but he actually created more confusion to me.
I believe this is a political question because the handling of covid-19 and the vaccine has been a major political issue in the campaign and the debates, etc.