Representative Steve SteversStephen (Steve) Ernst Stevers Hill’s morning report – Trump finally admits; Rising pressure on the 25th Amendment says GOP MP would not oppose removing Trump under House House Republican’s 25th Amendment (R-Ohio) says he would be willing to give $ 1,400 screenings to people who receive the coronavirus vaccine.
“Even the pandemic response is so important that we are building immunity for the herd as soon as possible. “Although I’m not in favor of giving a $ 1,400 incentive for anything, I’d like to give up a $ 1,400 incentive check for people taking the vaccine,” Stevers said.
“And I hope the administration considers this possibility, because we’re actually buying something with our $ 1,400, and that’s herd immunity,” he added.
. @RepSteveStivers says it would support $ 1,400 stimulus checks if they go to people who get the coronavirus vaccine.
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Last week, Biden presented his proposal $ 1.9 trillion can oronavirus stimulation and relief plan that includes $ 1,400 in direct payments to Americans.
Some Republicans have signaled that they will not join Biden’s proposal in its current form, saying it would add too much to national debt, which has risen 50 percent from previous ones. President TrumpDonald Trump Iran’s leader vows revenge by posting image resembling former Trump spokesman Sanders: Biden “backs off” Justice Department’s “populist proposals” to investigate US lawyer’s sudden departure from Atlanta following criticism by Atlanta took office.
Stevers said he would be willing to take on debts “for the right things”.
“The fastest thing we need to do if we really want to help the American people is to get this economy back – to get people back to work, to get the kids back to school, to get herd immunity, to give the vaccine as much as possible. as fast as we can and increase the rate of absorption. That’s why I’d like to accept an incentive check for $ 1,400 if people are willing to get the vaccine, “he said.
The United States is working to accelerate the spread of the coronavirus vaccine after a slower-than-expected spread. Biden has set himself the goal of administering 100 million doses of vaccine in the first 100 days of his presidency.
More than 37.9 million vaccine doses are distributed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, of which 17.5 million are administered.