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Biden receives Covid vaccine update amid difficult vaccine rollout and polarization


The updated vaccine was approved by the FDA earlier this month and the CDC has recommended it for everyone six months and older – however, the rollout has been rocky.

With the federal government no longer purchasing and distributing the vaccine, logistical issues and confusion over insurance coverage have posed obstacles for people seeking vaccinations.

Data on Covid-related hospitalizations released by the CDC shows that levels of the virus have increased recently. However, the CDC stopped recording individual cases when the public health emergency ended in May, so the exact number of cases is uncertain.

The White House has also struggled to combat growing anti-vaccine sentiment in a polarized political environment.

Vaccine skepticism is growing within the Republican Party, according to polls. A new POLICY | The Morning Consult poll showed Republican voters were less likely than Democrats or independents to say vaccines are safe for children and only 27 percent of Republicans said the Covid vaccine is “very safe” for children. adults – while almost as many, 23 percent, say so. very dangerous.

Republican presidential candidates, unlike Biden, have disavowed the vaccine. Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy said he regretted taking the vaccine (although his wife, a surgeon, disagreed) and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis weighed in on the skepticism of Covid.

Biden’s primary challenger, Robert Kennedy, Jr., is also a prominent vaccine skeptic.


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