These are the weirdest things in the new bailout bill

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President Donald Trump took issue with the latest stimulus proposal to come across his desk, urging lawmakers to include more money in the stimulus checks.

And House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, tweeted her agreement: “Republicans repeatedly refused to say what amount the President wanted for direct checks. At last, the President has agreed to $2,000 –Democrats are ready to bring this to the Floor this week by unanimous consent. Let’s do it!”

The market was also raising slightly this morning, with futures on the Dow increasing 50 points. Meanwhile, futures on the S&P 500 rose 0.2% while the Nasdaq appeared unchanged.

And Pfizer is going to be distributing 100 million more shots in the United States.

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This is how many people don't want the vaccine

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Though Pfizer just signed a deal to deliver even more shots to the U.S., a recent Pew Research Center survey found that about 4 in 10 people were not inclined to get the vaccine.

This is problematic because in order for the U.S. to get to a “herd immunity,” approximately 70% of citizens would need to get the shot.

Though the hesitation could be due to any number of factors (for instance, it was developed in eight months as opposed to four years, and the drug companies are off the hook for any side effects), the government is committed to helping the public feel more comfortable with the vaccine.

The Department of Health and Human Services is about to embark on a $250 million education effort. What’s next?

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