Biden Promotes Tax Credit to Prod Businesses on Vaccinations

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Apr.21 — President Joe Biden called on every employer in the U.S. to offer full pay to workers to get a shot, while touting an incentive that provides tax credits for workers’ wages in companies with fewer than 500 employees. “I’m calling on every employer — large and small, in every state — to give employees the time off they need to get vaccinated,” Biden said.

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