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While it is invariably true that America is on the road to recovery as it pertains to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still a great deal of mystery about just when it’ll be time to call it “normal” again.

Part of this doubt comes from the uncertainty surrounding the distribution of a number of coronavirus vaccines, and just who will be able to get their shot when.

This is something that Joe Biden’s administration believes that they might have figured out.

In his first prime-time address as president Thursday night, Joe Biden directed all states to make all American adults eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines no later than May 1.

And if Americans “all do our part” in the coming weeks, friends and families will be able to join together in small groups in time for Fourth of July celebrations, the president said.

“July 4th with your loved ones is the goal,” Biden said, stressing that “a lot can happen. Conditions can change.”

Biden’s speech, clocking in at 24 minutes, came one year after the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 breakout a pandemic, and hours after the president signed his $1.9 trillion stimulus package into law.

If true, this would be an improvement on a previously-mentioned goal of the Biden team, who believed weeks ago that June 1st would be the moment that every willing adult in the nation could be inoculated.

It may still be prudent to exercise some caution here, as this is month eleven of a “2-week lockdown” that we needed to “flatten the curve”.