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Biden administration to undo Trump changes to federal family planning program

Biden administration to undo Trump changes to federal family planning program

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication © Getty ImagesThose changes required family planning providers participating in the program to stop providing or promoting abortions to remain eligible for funding. Biden's Justice Department last week asked the Supreme Court to dismiss the case. RisingChanging AmericaRisingChanging AmericaSponsoredDon't miss a brief.The Hill 1625 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington DC 20006 | 202-628-8500 tel | 202-628-8503 faxThe contents of this site are ©2021 Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc.

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Mar 18
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US comes under pressure to share vaccines with rest of world

US comes under pressure to share vaccines with rest of world

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication is under increasing pressure to share the U.S. vaccine stockpile with the rest of the world. The federal government has been amassing doses, growing its supply into what will likely become a surplus, as the rest of the world struggles with shortages. The U.S. has purchased enough vaccines to immunize every adult in the country three times over. The supply is likely to grow.This week, Biden announced he had directed the administration to purchase an additional 100 million doses from Johnson & Johnson. The White House said the extra doses could be a...

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Mar 14
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Biden to call for all adults to be eligible for vaccine by May 1

Biden to call for all adults to be eligible for vaccine by May 1

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication on Thursday evening will direct states to make all adults eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine by May 1, suggesting the possibility of an incremental return to normal by the Fourth of July holiday.During his first primetime address to the nation, Biden will say that because of his administration's efforts, the country is on track to return to some semblance of normality much earlier than expected.“As the president will say tonight, the fight is far from over. We still have a lot of work to do,” a senior administration official said on a call...

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Texas governor lifts state mask mandate, other COVID-19 restrictions

Texas governor lifts state mask mandate, other COVID-19 restrictions

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication Abbott also said that effective March 10, every business will be allowed to open at 100 percent capacity."Make no mistake, COVID has not suddenly disappeared. COVID still exists in Texas, in the United States and across the globe," Abbott said. Abbott cited increasing vaccination rates and a low statewide positivity rate as additional justification, saying that the state is "in a far better position now."Iowa and Montana recently lifted statewide mask mandates, while Massachusetts is completely lifting capacity limits on indoor dining, and allowing...

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Mar 2
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Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Biden says US will have enough doses to vaccinate every American by July

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication However, the extra doses will not be immediately available, meaning that the existing supply shortages plaguing the rollout are likely to continue, at least in the short term.The Trump administration under Operation Warp Speed secured 400 million doses combined from Pfizer and Moderna, but has been criticized for not helping states with the "last mile" of distribution, including getting shots into arms, which was delegated to the states. But despite the complaints, states were averaging close to 900,000 vaccinations a day when Biden took office,...

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Feb 11
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Fauci: We are not 'starting from scratch' on vaccine distribution

Fauci: We are not 'starting from scratch' on vaccine distribution

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication © Getty Images"We're certainly not starting from scratch, because there is activity going on in the distribution," Fauci told reporters during an appearance in the White House briefing room.Anonymous Biden administration sources told CNN they were going to have to build an entire distribution system from scratch.RisingChanging AmericaRisingChanging AmericaSponsoredDon't miss a brief.The Hill 1625 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington DC 20006 | 202-628-8500 tel | 202-628-8503 faxThe contents of this site are ©2021 Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., a...

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Jan 21
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Trump officials debating cutting Moderna dose in half to speed up COVID-19 vaccination

Trump officials debating cutting Moderna dose in half to speed up COVID-19 vaccination

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication © Getty ImagesThe administration did not come close to its goal of vaccinating 20 million people by the end of 2020. Only about 4 million Americans received the first of two doses, and just over 13 million doses have been delivered, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Logistical problems have plagued the Trump administration’s distribution efforts, with much of the crucial “last mile” of work falling to underfunded local health departments. Slaoui told Brennan that he and others in the administration assumed that when states...

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Vaccine skepticism emerges as early test for Biden

Vaccine skepticism emerges as early test for Biden

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication The incoming Biden administration will face an immediate challenge persuading a skeptical American public to take a COVID-19 vaccine when one becomes widely available.Health officials, including the nation’s top infectious diseases expert, , say at least 70 percent of the U.S. population will need to take the vaccine to control the virus in such a way that future outbreaks will be easily managed and life can get back to normal.But public opinion polling shows only a slim majority of Americans are willing to trust a first-generation vaccine. Those...

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States reimpose extensive COVID-19 restrictions

States reimpose extensive COVID-19 restrictions

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Getty ImagesOregon Gov. (D) on Friday announced a two-weeks-long "freeze" that will close certain businesses and dramatically reduce capacity of indoor spaces.RisingChanging AmericaRisingChanging AmericaSponsoredDon't miss a brief.The Hill 1625 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington DC 20006 | 202-628-8500 tel | 202-628-8503 faxThe contents of this site are ©2020 Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc.

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Experts take pro-vaccine message to right-wing skeptics

Experts take pro-vaccine message to right-wing skeptics

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication © Greg Nash, Getty Images,Top public health experts and officials are developing new strategies to reach out to the conservatives most skeptical of or hesitant about receiving a coronavirus vaccine.The efforts are targeting supporters of former , who have emerged as the most significant hurdle to widespread vaccination.The officials and experts are making appearances on Fox News and Newsmax and taking part on panels with prominent conservative politicians to reach out to vaccine skeptics on the right.And the public health experts are not taking an...

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