Daily news brief for Thursday July 29th 2021
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Romney: Getting COVID-19 vaccine is ‘pro-life’
on has received at least one vaccine dose, while 49 percent has been fully vaccinated.
Pfizer data suggest a third dose of the PfizerCovid-19 vaccine can “strongly” boost protection against the Delta variant — beyond the protection afforded by the standard two doses, suggests new data released by Pfizer on Wednesday.
McDonald’s says jobs coming back fastest in states that ended extra unemployment benefits
CEO Christopher Kempczinski says it’s ‘still a challenging staffing environment’
IF you need a quick Franklin look no further than NYC…
"I think we fall into this flawed thinking of saying, 'Only 400 of the 600,000 deaths from COVID-19 have been in children.' Children are not supposed to die."— The Recount (@therecount) July 20, 2021
— CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky responds to question from Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS). pic.twitter.com/0i6ImKoxrC