The Biden Administration today launched a six-week campaign to encourage Americans to get an updated COVID-19 vaccine. In addition to ongoing pop-up clinics, the White House said the campaign will include: television and digital ads to educate the public about the bivalent vaccines; $350 million for community health centers and $125 million for aging and disability networks to host vaccination events; and a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services memo reminding nursing homes to educate and offer the vaccines to residents or face enforcement action.

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