The Pentagon says all flights of Afghan evacuees into the United States have been halted for another seven days at the request of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, due to measles cases at three different U.S. bases.
Education Secretary Miguel Cardona and Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy address questions and concerns surrounding COVID-19:
School is starting. It's already started in a lot of places, Mr. Secretary. The president said, the key to all of this is getting parents and kids who can get vaccinated,...
The White House clarified reports that "health concerns" have caused the Afghan refugee fights to the U.S. to be temporarily paused.
It was done "at the request of CDC and out of an abundance of caution because of four diagnosed cases of measles among Afghans who recently arrived," she said.
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain retweeted Monday the above video in which CNN's Harry Enten explains that requiring people to get a vaccine is "by far" the most effective way to increase vaccination rates.
Some of Klain's other retweets for Monday morning were:
Florida vaccine mandates...