ALMOST a week removed from his first joint session of Congress, President Joe Biden is set to deliver remarks about the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccinations.
Biden’s remarks will come at a time when the pace of vaccinations nationwide has slowed down, even though every American adult is now eligible for the jab.
Will Joe Biden deliver remarks about the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccinations?
President Biden is expected to make remarks about the coronavirus pandemic and vaccinations on Tuesday, May 4 at 2:30pm.
The president’s planned speech from the State Dining Room of the White House comes during a week when he has otherwise been heavily focused on pushing major spending plans pending in Congress.
During an appearance on May 3, he defended his proposals to increase taxes on corporations and the wealthy to pay for his plans.
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