Biden says ‘optimistic’at least 300 million people will be vaccinated before summer
14 February 2021 | 1:26 pm
US President Joe Biden says he's "optimistic" at least 300 million people will be vaccinated before the summer, speaking during a virtual tour of the first 24/7 coronavirus vaccination site in Arizona. More than 460,000 have died in the US from the coronavirus, making it the worst-affected country in the world.
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