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"That's what was reported, that's not true", Biden said.

Biden also said that he wanted a faster return of children to schools and that he backs vaccinations for teachers.

'Like it's a different semester, ' he explained. Authorities should "move them up in the hierarchy". "There's two reasons for it being the way it is", he said.

"But the biggest part is physical access", he continued.

"I believe they should be a priority".

Biden told CNN's Anderson Cooper he had recently secured coronavirus vaccine contracts from Moderna and Pfizer, which would see an extra 100 million doses by late July - a month earlier than expected, according to People. "Not everybody in the Hispanic and African American community - particularly in rural areas that are distant, and/or inner city districts, know how to get online to determine how to get in line for a COVID vaccine at Walgreens or at the particular store".

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Biden agreed that the process of signing up to be vaccinated was confusing.

"That should be an indication - or should be noted by members of Congress", she said.

President Biden traveled to Wisconsin for a town hall event Tuesday evening to field questions about the pandemic, the economy and his plans for unifying a deeply divided nation, putting him face to face with voters for the first time since he took office.

"We got them to move up time because we used the National Defence Act to be able to help the manufacturing piece of it, to get more equipment", Mr Biden said at the CNN town hall event in Milwaukee on Tuesday night.

"I haven't viewed the case through the lens of a prosecutor", Harris said.

"So if that works that way, as my mother would say with the grace of God, and the goodwill of the neighbours, that by next Christmas, I think, we'll be in a very different circumstance, God willing, than we are today", he said. "For the next four years, I want to make sure all the news is the American people", Biden said while he was asked about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's comment that Republican senators who voted to acquit former President Trump were "cowards". He urged people to continue wearing masks, socially distance, and wash their hands with hot water.



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