Beyond Parody: Biden's White House Easter Bunny Wears a Huge COVID Mask

A group of masked people including President Joe Biden watch as a woman facing toward the camera addresses a woman facing away from the camera with her sleeve rolled

A group of masked people including President Joe Biden watch as a woman facing toward the camera addresses a woman facing away from the camera with her sleeve rolled

President Biden is expected to announce Tuesday that he is moving up the date for adults to become eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine by April 19.

April 19 is about two weeks earlier than Biden's original May 1 deadline.

With states gradually expanding eligibility beyond such priority groups as older people and essential, front-line workers, the president plans to announce that every adult in the USA will be eligible by April 19 to be vaccinated, a White House official said.

The country is averaging 3.1 million shots per day over a 7-day period, White House officials said on Monday, and reached a new milestone over the weekend with an unprecedented 4 million vaccinations recorded in one day. It will be Biden's first in-person meeting with a foreign leader since he assumed office in January.

But on Tuesday, Biden is expected to say that the US has reached 150 million shots in the first 75 days of his administration.

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A White House spokesperson says the United States is seeking deeper cooperation with Japan on establishing robust supply chains.

Biden, last month, directed states, tribes and territories to ensure all adults are eligible for vaccination by May 1.

Biden is also expected to announce that 150 million doses have been put into people's arms since his inauguration on January 20.

People wait in their vehicles to get vaccinated at a drive-thru site at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on April 1.

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