After months of creating hesitancy, Republican lawmakers and figures in Conservative media are urging people to get the vaccine. There is a clear and obvious reason. The disease is now disproportionately affected people in majority Republican states.
COVID-19 was never meant to be partisan issue. Unfortunately, the pandemic hit while Donald Trump was still in office. And fearing that the fallout could affect his reelection chances, Trump chose to politicize the issue.
At the top of the docket for the president was a “Building Back Better” plan for the world. This is Biden's first G7 summit as president.
COVID-19 vaccines are now readily available for all Americans who would like one. And the country is getting to the point where people need to be convinced to get inoculated. The Biden administration would like help in encouraging people. They’ve reached out to faith leaders and celebrities for aid.
Joe Biden has made it his mission to vaccinate 100 million people during his first 100 days in office. One way he hopes to achieve that goal is by opening large scale vaccination centers throughout the country.
Joe Biden revealed his COVID-19 plan shortly before taking office. He was hoping that there would be 100 vaccinations in his first 100 days. At the time, the goal seemed ambitious, especially with concerns over convincing people to take the shot.
Now that there are multiple COVID vaccines available, lawmakers want to make sure people are taking the shot. If enough Americans don’t get inoculated, it will be difficult to completely eradicate the coronavirus.
In an amazing feat, multiple medical companies have created an effective COVID-19 vaccine. While the treatments can eventually eradicate the pandemic, the worry now is that a number of Americans will fail to get vaccinated.
Tuesday night’s debate was one of Donald Trump’s last chances to help his flailing campaign for the White House. By all objective measures, the debate went horribly for the president. The first post-debate poll, released by CNBC/Change Research, showed Trump down by 13% nationally.
Trump came unhinged as he falsely claimed that Democrats are anti-COVID-19 vaccine, then started babbling about football.