• 'I Made the Decision to Get Vaccinated,' Says Iowa Doctor/Congresswoman in New Video

    3 days ago - By Who TV

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Representative Mariannette Miller-Meeks, a Second District Congresswoman from Ottumwa, has joined a new effort to convince adults to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Tuesday, a group called GOP Doctors released a new video that featured Miller-Meeks - an ophthalmologist - and other Republican medical professionals in Congress urging people to get immunized.
    "I made the choice to get vaccinated against COVID-19," Miller-Meeks said in the video as she begins a series of testimonials from Republican lawmakers.
    Here's the full video:
    . GOPDoctors launch a new PSA...
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  • Pollster Frank Luntz Says ‘We Could Save Thousands of Lives' If Biden and Trump Would Give Each Other Credit on Vaccines

    Pollster Frank Luntz Says ‘We Could Save Thousands of Lives' If Biden and Trump Would Give Each Other Credit on Vaccines

    3 days ago - By Mediaite

    Pollster Frank Luntz said Tuesday that the U.S. vaccine rollout could be improved by President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump giving each other credit on the covid-19 vaccines.
    Luntz spoke with CNN's Jake Tapper Tuesday after conducing a focus group with previously vaccine-hesitant Americans who ultimately decided to get the shot. And overwhelmingly, people in the focus group were convinced by friends, family members, and medical experts addressing their concerns.
    Tapper asked Luntz what the “biggest barrier” is to getting hesitant Republicans vaccinated.
    Luntz immediately...
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  • Doctors: Vaccinations for younger kids key in combating COVID-19 spread

    Doctors: Vaccinations for younger kids key in combating COVID-19 spread

    3 days ago - By Wood TV

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - COVID-19 vaccines could soon be available for children as young as 12, encouraging West Michigan doctors who have been treating more kids who caught the virus.
    After a study, Pfizer announced its two-shot vaccine - being manufactured in Portage - is effective and safe for people age 12 to 15. Only people over 16 are allowed to get a vaccine currently. Pfizer is now working to get emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to extend eligibility to younger teens.
    "I'm personally elated and so happy that we have this access," Dr. Rosemary...
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