Joe Biden on Friday delivered remarks on his plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccines.

Biden melted down and condemned Republicans who weren’t wearing masks during the protest at the Capitol last week.

“It’s a matter of life and death,” Biden said during an angry outburst.

Biden on Friday said he would deploy the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the National Guard to help set up vaccine clinics across the U.S as part of an ambitious plan to get shots to millions of Americans.

Reminding the public that help is soon on the way in a speech from Wilmington, Delaware, Biden outlined a five-part plan to turn “frustration to motivation” that will “get the U.S. out of the pandemic.”

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Under the plan, Biden claims he would also jumpstart efforts to make vaccinations available in all pharmacies across the country and would launch mobile vaccination clinics designed to specifically reach underserved urban and rural areas.

“As we build them, we will make sure it’s done equitably. We’ll make sure there are vaccination centers in communities hit hardest by the pandemic, in Black and Latino communities, and rural communities as well,” he said Friday.

In addition, Biden vowed to use the Defense Production Act to help ramp up the supply of various vaccines.

“We didn’t get into all of this overnight, we wont get out of it overnight wither,” Biden said while unveiling the plan. “But we will get through it.”

Biden has said that his goal is for 100 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be administered within the first 100 days of his presidency, which would be the end of April.

THEN…Biden struggled to walk away from the podium after finishing up his presser.

Reporters shouted questions about next week’s inauguration and Biden rudely kept his back to the press as he barked a one word answer.

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Look at Biden’s gait as he shuffles out of the press briefing room! Disturbing!

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