National vaccination rates have fallen to record lows in recent weeks, threatening President Joe Biden’s goal of at least one vaccination of 70% of American adults by July 4. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported on June 3 that 63% of adults were initially vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine, a slight increase from 62% last week. In 12 states, including Utah, Oklahoma, Montana, Dakota, and West Virginia, 10,000 inhabitants are vaccinated 15 times a day. Last week, 10,000 residents were vaccinated in only four in Alabama, according to data from The Washington Post. Anthony S. Fauci, head of government infectious disease experts, said that “people who absolutely want to be vaccinated without saying anything” have already been vaccinated, which slows it down. He said he was connected. According to the post, a home-sponsored phone call with a community leader on Friday. The White House is already planning to face the recession. Last week, Biden announced a month-long effort to encourage more Americans to roll up their sleeves.