President Biden delivers remarks on Covid-19 vaccination goals — 5/4/21

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    President Joe Biden on Tuesday will set the goal of getting 70% of U.S. adults to receive at least one dose of a Covid vaccine by July 4, senior administration officials said. The White House will also aim to have 160 million adults fully vaccinated by Independence Day, the officials said.

    The announcement came two months out from the Fourth of July, a date the White House hopes will mark a turning point in the pandemic.

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    President Biden delivers remarks on Covid-19 vaccination goals — 5/4/21

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