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The U.S. Tenant Protection Act Expired On July 31 / Half Of The U.S. Population Still Hasn't Been Vaccinated Against The New Coronavirus

 

The U.S. Tenant Protection Act Expired On July 31

The Tenant Protection Law was introduced during the severe epidemic last year. The purpose was to prevent landlords from driving these tenants who were unable to pay rent out of the streets during the epidemic, causing a large number of families to become homeless. According to a survey conducted by the Aspen Institute, there are currently approximately 6.5 million households in the United States who are unable to support rent payment. The 6.5 million families involved as many as 15 million people, but the Tenant Protection Law still expired on July 31. Last Friday, the Democrats tried to extend the bill to October 18, but the Republicans blocked the plan. With the adjournment of the US Congress, the Biden administration has no right to unilaterally extend the bill. Without legal protection, tenants who are unable to pay rent will soon be evicted within two weeks. The above factors cannot be peeped. Because once a large number of families live on the streets, it will be more difficult for them to find work in the future.


Half Of The U.S. Population Still Hasn't Been Vaccinated Against The New Coronavirus

In an interview with the ABC, Fauci, the chief adviser of the White House Covid-19, said that there are still 100 million people who are eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine in the United States but have not yet been vaccinated. As a result, the immune barrier has not been able to contain the epidemic, and the Delta virus has recently become a variant of the virus. The spread continues, and almost all patients hospitalized with the new coronavirus have not been vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States has updated its guidelines, recommending that the mask order be reinstated in areas with large or high levels of transmission of the new crown virus. Regardless of whether they have been vaccinated or not, they should wear masks indoors. In addition, Fauci warned that the epidemic would worsen further, but did not expect the authorities to implement the "city closure" measures again. At present, about 58% of people in the United States have received at least one dose of vaccine, while only about 50% have completed the vaccination. Based on the current daily dose of only about 600,000 vaccine doses, it may be necessary to achieve the level of herd immunity. It will take at least 3 months, and it depends on whether President Biden's administration can introduce more measures in the short term to encourage more citizens to get vaccinated.


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