Lindsey O'Neal

Lindsey O'Neal
Lindsey O'Neal is a correspondent at Today News Africa based in central Florida. Lindsey writes on foreign policy, environmentalism, and national security. She has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, speaks Spanish and Russian, and has volunteered in Latin America, Africa, and over five U.S. states.

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President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has delivered 50 million vaccine doses in 37 days, putting him in a position to surpass the 100 million...

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In the recent town hall, President Biden gave an update on COVID-19 vaccines. He said that “by the end of July, there will be...

Biden’s COVID-19 plans support improving global access to vaccines

President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has outlined his COVID-19 vaccination plans following his inauguration on January 20, and although his plans still significantly prioritize...

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