See Joe Biden’s remarks as he touts Covid-19 vaccine milestone

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President Joe Biden touted the anticipated milestone of the United States administering 200 million coronavirus vaccine shots since he took office and urged businesses to give their employees paid time off to get vaccinated. #CNN #News

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