The US government is denying the existence of an outbreak in the country.
But in a sign of how the White House’s new vaccine strategy is changing how it views public health issues, the Department of Health and Human Services has denied the existence, applicability and applicability of a new vaccine.
On Thursday, the HHS Department of Justice filed a motion in federal court to compel the government to provide more information to support its claim that the COVID vaccine was not available in the United States on January 8, 2016.
The motion was filed after the Department made its initial public denial of the outbreak.
The motion states that the federal courts should compel the federal departments of health and human services and the Food and Drug Administration to provide the information required under the US Constitution.
The filing comes just two days after the WhiteHouse announced that the US government would no longer accept COVID vaccines from foreign governments.
The Trump administration has said that it has no knowledge of the COVEV outbreak, despite the fact that a government study conducted in 2015 determined that there was a high prevalence of coronavirus among the public in the US.
The WhiteHouse says that the new coronaviruses vaccine will not prevent the spread of COVID, but that it will protect the population from the virus.
The new vaccine, developed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is designed to be used in conjunction with other coronaviral vaccines, as well as a new strain of COVE that was introduced in March.
The administration said in January that it was testing new coronovirus vaccines for use in the European Union, which is one of the countries that has reported high cases of COV-19.