March 16, 2022
D.C. News
  • White House officials warned Tuesday that cutbacks in the U.S. pandemic response could happen as early as next week if Congress doesn’t pass new emergency COVID-19 funding. According to the officials, without the funding the federal government will delay buying “hundreds of thousands” of monoclonal antibody treatments; start cutting back on a COVID-19 program to test, treat, and vaccinate the uninsured; and pull back on disease surveillance. (White House statement here; Articles here and here)