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The clergy of the U.S. National Cathedral in Washington D.C. received a COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday.
Watch the event in the player above.
After opening his presidency by playing down expectations for combating the pandemic, President Joe Biden and his top messengers are touring the country to raise hopes over his $1.9 trillion relief package.
Asked when the U.S. might be able to share vaccine shots with other countries, Biden said he has been talking to some countries already and he’ll have further announcements at a later time.
The president – as well as his vice president and his wife – is promising that the spending will bring transformational change.
It’s a sharp turn from the start of the Biden administration, when vaccination goals were relatively modest and Americans were warned the country might not return to normal until Christmas.
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