In other news, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that refugees living inside the United States with Temporary Protected Status (TPS) cannot seek green cards for permanent residency.
Meanwhile, the FDA has approved the use of first new drug for treating Alzheimer's Disease in the last 20 years. Critics say it doesn't work that well, but I suppose it's better than nothing.
Finally, daily coronavirus infections have now dropped below 15,000.
The U.S. is reporting an average of about 14,500 daily infections over the past week, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows, as average daily cases have held below 15,000 for three days straight.
About 960,000 vaccinations are being reported administered each day nationwide, according to a seven-day average of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data. More than half of Americans have received at least one dose of a vaccine and 42% are fully vaccinated.