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White House: Without funding US will lose COVID treatments

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Japan, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Hong Kong have all placed orders for treatments and vaccine doses that the U.S. can't yet commit to. Some 314 Americans are now dying each day from the coronavirus, down from more than 2,600 during the height of the omicron wave.
Published 9 months ago · Washington, United States

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White House presses Congress to approve ‘urgent’ COVID-19 funding - National

The congressional stalemate over coronavirus funding has forced the federal government to curtail free treatment for the uninsured and to ration monoclonal antibody supplies.

9 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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White House: Without funding U.S. will lose COVID treatments

After two years at the front of the line for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, the U.S. could soon have to begin taking a number.

9 months ago·United States
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White House: Without funding US will lose COVID treatments

After two years at the front of the line for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, the U.S. could soon have to begin taking a number

9 months ago·United States
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White House unveils new push to increase availability of COVID-19 treatment pills

The White House on Tuesday unveiled new steps aimed at making highly effective COVID-19 treatment pills from Pfizer more widely available, saying more lives could be saved if use of the pills incre…

9 months ago·Washington, United States
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White House: Without Funding U.S. Will Lose COVID Treatments

After two years at the front of the line for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, the U.S. could soon have to begin taking a number.

9 months ago·United States
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White House: Without funding US will lose COVID treatments

WASHINGTON (AP) — For much of the past two years, America has been first in line for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. Now, as drugmakers develop the next generation of therapies, the White House is warning that if Congress doesn’t act urgently the U.S. will have to take a number. Already the congressional stalemate over virus funding has forced the federal government to curtail free treatment for the uninsured and to ration monoclonal antibody …

9 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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