President Biden is doubling his vaccination goal for his first 100 days in office, saying he now wants 200 million shots in arms by April 29.
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South Carolina health centers are getting more than $95 million toward supporting COVID-19 vaccination and services for vulnerable populations.
President Biden covers topics ranging from immigration to vaccine rollout in first formal press conference
President Biden held his first formal press conference Thursday, and he discussed many issues the country is facing. The president is also looking to celebrate recent successes on vaccine rollout.
The White House is launching a new program to vaccinate dialysis patients against COVID-19. The Biden administration announced a new partnership with dialysis centers nationwide on Thursday.
WATCH LIVE as President Joe Biden holds his first formal press conference since taking office.
President Joe Biden will hold the first formal news conference of his presidency Thursday afternoon. It comes more than two months after he was sworn in, later into the presidency than his 15 most recent predecessors.
The Biden administration is extending the enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid said the new deadline for special enrollment has been pushed back to August 15.
President Joe Biden has issued a call for Congress to take action, after hundreds of Americans have lost their lives this year to gun violence. It’s not clear that two mass shootings in less than a week would make a difference in the fierce political debate on this issue.
The White House says it has a plan to slow down the surge of migrants crossing the border, as thousands of men, women and children make their way to the United States.
The second batch of stimulus checks will soon be on their way. The Biden administration says the second batch of COVID-19 payments will be issued this week. For taxpayers receiving direct deposit, payments began processing on Friday.