Wednesday on the NewsHour, as the Senate debates increasing COVID relief checks we talk to a leading Republican lawmaker opposed to the idea, the U.S. loses another 3,600 people to COVID-19, the United Kingdom authorized a new vaccine as the rollout in the U.S. falls short of projections, and hospitals in less populated areas struggle with an influx of patients.
WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS:
Senate remains at standstill over higher COVID relief checks
Why one Republican senator opposes higher stimulus payments
News Wrap: Questions swirl about pace of U.S. vaccinations
Arizona health care workers face ‘catastrophic’ conditions
U.S. struggles to distribute vaccinations
COVID cases drop in Missouri but vaccinations are weeks away
What has been the impact of the Nashville blast?
What Argentina’s vote on abortion means for the region
Author David Leavitt on crossword puzzles, grief and ritual
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