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U.S. Coronavirus Cases Are Falling, but Variants Could Erase Progress

CHICAGO — In recent days, coronavirus cases have been dropping steadily[1] across the United States, with hospitalizations falling[2] in concert. But health officials are growing increasingly concerned that quickly circulating variants of the virus could cause new surges of cases faster than the country is managing to distribute Covid-19 vaccines. Public health experts likened the …

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Here’s What’s in Biden’s Executive Orders Aimed at Covid-19

WASHINGTON — President Biden on Thursday revealed a slate of new executive orders and presidential directives intended to speed up production of Covid-19 supplies, increase testing capacity and require mask wearing during interstate travel — part of a sprawling 200-page national pandemic strategy[1] he announced at a White House event. Taken together, the orders signal …

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¿En qué consiste el plan de estímulo de 1,9 billones de dólares de Biden?

El salario mínimo podría aumentar Después de mantenerse estable en 7,25 dólares durante más de un decenio, el salario mínimo federal aumentaría a 15 dólares por hora conforme a la propuesta de Biden, lo que también pondría fin al salario mínimo y al salario submínimo de las personas con discapacidad. Muchos estados y localidades[1] ya …

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