A supermajority of Americans agree with Wainer. A Harris Poll conducted at the end of 2020, showed '82% of Americans say the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will be more effective if it works in partnership with testing.' The poll of 2,064 U.S. adults also found … 73% of Americans believe a COVID-19 vaccine cannot succeed without other precautionary measures. 66% of Americans say rapid antigen COVID-19 testing is a critical tool to combat the pandemic because of its ability to detect the most infectious people. 86% of Americans say testing will play a significant role in combatting the pandemic while we wait for vaccines to be made widely available. The incoming Biden Administration has set a goal of delivering 100 million vaccine shots to Americans in its first 100 days, according to The New York Times. Even if that pace can be met and maintained, it will still take about a year to vaccinate the entire U.S. population. 'What we see is that the vaccination rollout, this needs to be done in conjunction with that. The vaccination rollout, it's going to take time to get everyone vaccinated, there's going to be individuals that are not comfortable with being vaccinated, and the demand continues to rise as people are trying to get back to work and school,' Wainer told CES. 'So it needs to be done together and right now it's about detecting the virus, and as soon as we can have high levels of vaccination, some of the testing is going to turn to also antibody testing, determining how effective these vaccines are, how responsive individuals are to these vaccines.'