The White House has committed $3.2 billion to antiviral pills and treatments for COVID-19 and other viruses. The new investment was unveiled during a White House briefing on Thursday.
A dozen European Union members are now using a vaccine passport to allow travel within member nations. Reports on Wednesday detailed the so-called EU Digital COVID Certificate, which was officially signed into regulation on Monday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) announced California will not have vaccine passports, but an electronic “vaccine verification” system instead. In a recent press conference, Newsom suggested the state was working on a system that businesses could use to check whether a customer is vaccinated.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) is raising eyebrows as he looks to hold onto his expanded emergency powers given to him during the coronavirus pandemic. One America’s Shane Althaus has more.
Congressman Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) slammed the mainstream media for whitewashing the Chinese Communist Party under the pretext of racism.
Lawmakers are coming together to call for the firing of Dr. Anthony Fauci following the strict COVID-19 mandates that lead to an economic collapse On the House floor Tuesday, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and her colleagues discussed the Fire Fauci Act that was introduced in May.
Vermont has lifted all remaining pandemic restrictions after reaching a vaccination milestone. Gov. Phil Scott announced the change on Monday after 80percent of all eligible people have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The president of South Korea said he’s willing to providing coronavirus vaccine aid to North Korea if Pyongyang is in agreement. During a news conference Monday, President Moon Jae-in said the world can only be completely free from COVID-19 when the developing world is vaccinated.
Even Democrats in the Senate appear to be unhappy with Joe Biden’s trillion dollar infrastructure proposal. For instance, Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) recently said he wants to see more on climate change in the proposal while Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) said he is “unsure” if he can support this much spending. Other Democrats have said more focus should be shifted on “protecting voter rights.”