President Joe Biden is saying that the country should have enough vaccines available for anyone who want one by July, but demand is still outpacing supply currently. Cases are dropping in many parts of the country, putting more pressure on schools and businesses to reopen.
President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden spoke with Americans during a Town Hall on Tuesday. He covered several topics including COVID-19 vaccination efforts and economic relief.
The White House is extending foreclosure protection and reduced payment plans, an announcement that will come as a relief for some homeowners. This comes as the president leaves Washington and heads to Wisconsin to talk about his COVID relief plan with the American people.
Tuesday, President Biden is taking his first official trip in an effort to sell his $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan directly to the American people. President Biden will head to Milwaukee Tuesday afternoon as part of his tour to gain support for his American Rescue Plan.
House democratic leaders are revealing legislation that provides millions of American families with as much as $3,600 per child, as part of President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief package.
A new jobs report shows a sluggish economic recovery. The unemployment rate dropping to 6.3%, but just 49,000 jobs were added in January.
Beginning Tuesday, the TSA will start enforcing President Joe Biden’s mask mandate for mass transit.
President Biden and Republican lawmakers emerged out of an Oval Office meeting last night with no deal on a COVID relief package. Today, talks continue to try to get a bipartisan agreement that will help struggling American families through the pandemic.
According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 93,000 Americans died last month, making January the deadliest month since the pandemic began. As we begin a new month, President Biden wants to ramp up coronavirus vaccinations and get financial relief to the American people.
Just over a week into his term, President Joe Biden is facing backlash over his promise of unity in Washington. Republicans are criticizing the president for signing dozens of executive actions, while Democrats are vowing to move forward with their legislative priorities which include a COVID relief deal without GOP support.