WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is highlighting new programs from ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft to provide free rides to and from vaccination sites, as the pace of shots nationally declines and he looks to meet his July Fourth inoculation targets.
How to Get a Vaccine
More Vaccine News
The FDA authorized the use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for those 12-15 years old Monday.
Do you have a question about the Coronavirus outbreak?
- Ellen DeGeneres living with Courteney Cox
- It's always good to double check! Sunnyside man is $2.7 Million richer today after winning the the Lotto
- Washington Democrats turn on Inslee, threaten special session over COVID shutdowns
- Viral TikTok Video Amongst New Leads for Sofia Juarez Case
- New information surfaces about the disappearance of Sofia Juarez
- UPDATE: Kennewick Police arrest suspects after 9 people shot with a BB gun, including a 5-year old girl
- TRAFFIC ALERT: Left lane of EB I-182 is closed due to three different collisions
- "I feel sick, I feel helpless"; Defensive wounds show 5-year-old girl fought attacker
- Peloton recalls treadmills, halts sales, after a child dies
- 2 students, 1 custodian shot at Idaho middle school, male student in custody