Biden presses parents to get kids vaccinated, takes no questions

He claimed that parents are anxiously awaiting the shots to be approved for children ages 5 to 11, and that school boards, and others, are working to dispel misinformation about vaccines and COVID-inspired restrictions. After his short speech, he walked away without taking any questions.

Biden spoke with pride of his "plans" to "accelerate the path out of this pandemic."

"It's working," he said. "We're making progress." He spoke of the numbers of cases and hospitalizations due to COVID, but said that despite all this, the "66 million" of Americans that are still unvaccinated is "unacceptably high."

He said that this is "important progress, but it's not, now's not the time to let up, we have a lot more to do. We're in a very critical period," he said. And he wants those 66 million people to get vaccinated. "It's essential," he said.
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