VP Harris making Southern stops to promote vaccination

Posted On: Jun 20, 2021   |   Posted By: My Sanantonio

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Vice President Kamala Harris and the Biden administration's top environmental official are making stops in several Southern states to promote an intensive White House coronavirus vaccination effort.
On Friday, the White House announced that Harris will visit Greenville, South Carolina, on Monday, to be followed by a June 18 visit to Atlanta. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan plans to make Tuesday stops in Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina.
Details of the trips were not released.
The visits mark the launch of a national tour that's part of of the White House's “month of action,” announced by President Joe Biden last week to urge more Americans to get vaccinated before the July 4 holiday.
The effort includes an early summer sprint of incentives and a slew of new steps to ease barriers and make the vaccines more appealing to those who haven't received them. It's aimed at helping the president close in on his goal of getting 70% of adults at least partially...

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