The U.S. opens up its vaccine stockpile
The Biden administration announced plans Monday to share 60 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine with other countries.
The U.S. has been criticized for how little it shared so far — for example, it has sent just 4 million AstraZeneca doses to our neighbors in Mexico and Canada, even though they’ve asked for many more.
- Plus, how the Census is redrawing the congressional map.
- And, Tesla and the future of self-driving cars.
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