The recommendations are set to come about as the number of “breakthrough cases” for vaccinated Americans is on the rise.
It has become abundantly clear that current vaccine production levels are not sufficient to meet global needs.
The U.S.’s massive economic and racial inequality means heat waves disproportionately impact low-income people of color.
Florida physicians have attributed the state’s COVID surge to the governor’s rush to end public health restrictions.
Baltimore’s low-income residents are disproportionately impacted by the worsening heat waves.
Dozens of members of Congress called for additional funding for vaccine distribution in the reconciliation package.
Developers still retain indefinite rights to access privately owned land along the Byhalia Connection’s canceled route.
Nearly 600 Water Protectors have been arrested during protests against the construction of the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline.
More than 40 percent of nursing home and long-term health care workers in the U.S. have yet to receive vaccinations.
The common strategic thread for success is building a strong, popular social movement demanding health care for all.