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Some good science news— NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully drilled into a rock on Mars.
The White House wants $65 billion for a sweeping new biosecurity strategy to remake the country’s pandemic plan in the wake of COVID-19. It could be one of the largest investments in public health in history— if it’s approved.
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Biden administration seeks $65B for pandemic preparedness plan
The Biden administration on Friday unveiled its $65.3 billion plan to improve the U.S.’s pandemic preparedness strategy in the midst of COVID-19 and as