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Biden warns Congress must act or risk vaccine drive will ‘slow and stall’

Wilmington (United States) (AFP) – President-elect Joe Biden warned on Tuesday that coronavirus vaccination efforts in the United States will “slow and stall” if Congress does not urgently come up with funding. Biden, who takes office on January 20, 2021, also pledged that his administration would carry out at least 100 million vaccinations in his first 100 days in office. “There’s a real chance that after an early round of vaccinations the effort will slow and stall,” he told reporters. “We need Congress to finish the bipartisan work underway now or millions of Americans may wait months longe…

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