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"When it's your turn to take the vaccine, be a fan. Take the shot," says country music superstar Brad Paisley, who is urging Americans to get vaccinated against Covid-19 in a new PSA.

US faces 'hand-to-hand combat' to get reluctant Americans vaccinated against Covid-19

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz was among a handful of Republicans in the U.S. Senate who voted against advancing a bill aimed at addressing hate crimes against Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

I continue to support paid sick leave, and I’m proud of what the #AmericanRescuePlan  did to provide this benefit to those recovering from COVID-19. I thank @PresElectBiden  for acting to expand paid leave to ensure Americans can use this benefit to get vaccinated.

Wealthy Latin Americans are chartering planes, booking commercial flights, buying bus tickets and renting cars to get the Covid-19 vaccine in the U.S. due to lack of supply at home.

Americans have received 200 million COVID-19 vaccinations since he took office, President Biden announced Wednesday. It's double his initial goal of 100 million vaccinations in his first 100 days.

President Biden announced Wednesday that Americans have received 200 million COVID-19 vaccinations since he took office, double his initial goal of 100 million vaccinations in his first 100 days.

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President Joe Biden called on employers to allow workers to take paid time off in order to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as his administration celebrated its goal of injecting 200 million doses of vaccines into the arms of Americans. Read more:

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For many Americans, they’re taking their COVID-19 cues from the government, but for those who still aren’t on board, Biden kept pushing.

Most Americans who haven’t gotten a COVID-19 vaccine are unlikely to get one, and a new study suggests that flushing a toilet can spread coronavirus in public restrooms with poor ventilation.

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I just checked. While the U.S. and South Korea had their first Covid-19 cases and deaths in February, more than 225,000 Americans have died from the virus since then. South Korea, a country of 55 million, has had fewer than 500 deaths. They controlled the virus. The U.S. didn't.

5 people dead in the Capital riot, which is terrible and Trump lit the fuse. BUT...400,000 Americans will be dead of COVID-19 by 2/1/21. How many could have been saved if Donald Trump had just PUT ON A MASK AND LED BY EXAMPLE? There's your 25th Amendment.

By this weekend, A QUARTER OF A MILLION AMERICANS WILL BE DEAD OF COVID-19. Trump doesn’t talk about it or tweet about it. Only the election. Which he lost.

850 Americans died of COVID-19 yesterday. None got the special “antibody cocktail.”

Americans killed in World War I: Over 116,000 Americans killed in Vietnam War: Over 58,000 Americans killed in Korean War: Over 36,000 Americans killed by the coronavirus: Over 242,000 The COVID-19 pandemic is a humanitarian disaster. Please wear a mask.

BTW, since you won't hear the news anywhere on TV today. 1,170,093 Americans have recovered from Covid-19 We. Are. Going. To. Win.

Instead of fighting to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic that has killed over 242,000 Americans, the Trump administration is spending its final days in office fighting a bogus voter "fraud" problem that does not exist. Pathetic. The Biden-Harris Administration cannot come soon enough.

Sen Alexander (R-Tenn.) sticking up for Dr. Fauci: “Dr. Fauci is one of our country’s most distinguished public servants...If more Americans paid attention to his advice, we’d have fewer cases of COVID-19 & it would be safer to go back to school and back to work and out to eat.”

Trump knew in February. He knew that COVID-19 passes through the air. He knew it is deadlier than the flu. He knew it is dangerous to more than just our elderly and vulnerable. He purposely downplayed the pandemic. And now, 190,000 Americans are dead.

I am allocating $2.96 BILLION in Emergency Solutions Grants to support homeless Americans and those at risk of becoming homeless because of job or wage loss, or illness due to COVID-19. We are taking care of our Nation’s most vulnerable citizens. Thanks @SecretaryCarson !

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