U.S. Congress concurs to increase payroll help to regional story outlets

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – congressional Spies said on Sunday that administrators had agreed to increase government loans to additional media sources in the neighborhood, as a feature of a covid aid law. House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic frontrunner Chuck Schumer said the measure would extend qualification “for nonprofit and nearby newspapers, television and radioRead More

U.S. current vaccination drive goes to nursing homes

(Reuters)-the U.S. government and two of the country’s largest drugstore chains are launching a cross-border mission on Monday to vaccinate nursing home residents against COVID-19, seven days after the country’s main approved vaccinations began to go to health care workers. The program is the latest effort to control a pandemic that has killed more thanRead More

After months of halt, Congress to vote on huge Covid aid plan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – after long periods of inaction, the U.S. Congress was balanced on Monday to decide on an improvement package that would give new aid to people and organizations affected by the flooding Covid pandemic. The bill would see direct rates to most Americans and give unemployed people better rates. It would expand aRead More

Biden to get Covid vaccine soon as U.S. inoculation attempts mounts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President-elect Joe Biden plans to receive a free infusion of covid-19 antibodies on Monday in a bid to boost confidence in his well-being ahead of its widespread release in a year. Biden has vowed to make the fight against Covid, which has massacred more than 300,000 Americans and corrupted more thanRead More