Moncef Slaoui to Resign under the Biden Administration

Moncef Slaoui, Chief Advisor of Operation Warm Speed, to resign under the request of the new Biden administration according to undisclosed sources from CNBC.

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Moncef Slaoui, Chief Advisor of Operation Warm Speed, to resign under the request of the new Biden administration according to undisclosed sources from CNBC.

It is not yet clear who is going to take the lead after Moncef Slaoui for the Biden team. Moncef’s contract includes 30 days’ notice prior to termination; thus, he is expected to leave by February 12th.

On his part, Moncef Slaoui has expressed his previous will to step down after the clearance of two vaccines and two therapies for Covid-19 into the market which had been fulfilled last month with the clearance of Moderna’s vaccine.

Slaoui earned $1.000 for his position at Operation Warp Speed; however, he confirmed that he is planning to donate the amount to scientific research.

Moncef Slaoui from Moroccan origins has stirred a huge wave of appraisal within the Moroccan community. Moroccans all over the world felt proud when Moncef Slaoui took the lead in Operation Warp Speed and promised to find a vaccine for the Covid-19.

During his position at Operation Warp Speed, two vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, have been authorized in the U.S. with 95% efficacy in preventing disease.

Johnson & Johnson promised pivotal results on its vaccine which is offering the potential for just one dose instead. The vaccine is expected within a couple of weeks. This vaccine development is considered the fastest one in history.

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