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Sen. Paul Pushes Back Against The Push For Vaccine Mandates The Fox News Rundown

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President Biden is expected to announce today whether or not he will require a vaccine mandate for federal employees. This comes as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention revised its recommendation for fully vaccinated Americans to wear masks indoors in areas with high coronavirus cases. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and FOX News Medical Contributor Dr. Marc Siegel weigh in on the possibility of vaccine mandates and the updated CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated people.

 

Tuesday July 27th, North and South Korean officials restored communication channels between their two nations after more than a year since the hotlines had been cut off by North Korea. The two Koreas are reportedly seeking to rebuild relations amid economic strains and health issues impacting the region due to the pandemic. U.S. officials see this as a positive step towards once again negotiating denuclearization with Pyeongyang. South Korea President Moon's administration relayed in a televised briefing that the two countries agreed to "restore mutual confidence and develop their relationships again as soon as possible." Newsweek Columnist and Author of "The Great US-China Tech War," Gordon Chang, joins to discuss the significance of this agreement, how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the Kim regime's grip on power and the importance of the truth about coronavirus origins being revealed by China.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Joe Concha.

President Biden is expected to announce today whether or not he will require a vaccine mandate for federal employees. This comes as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention revised its recommendation for fully vaccinated Americans to wear masks indoors in areas with high coronavirus cases. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and FOX News Medical Contributor Dr. Marc Siegel weigh in on the possibility of vaccine mandates and the updated CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated people.

 

Tuesday July 27th, North and South Korean officials restored communication channels between their two nations after more than a year since the hotlines had been cut off by North Korea. The two Koreas are reportedly seeking to rebuild relations amid economic strains and health issues impacting the region due to the pandemic. U.S. officials see this as a positive step towards once again negotiating denuclearization with Pyeongyang. South Korea President Moon's administration relayed in a televised briefing that the two countries agreed to "restore mutual confidence and develop their relationships again as soon as possible." Newsweek Columnist and Author of "The Great US-China Tech War," Gordon Chang, joins to discuss the significance of this agreement, how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the Kim regime's grip on power and the importance of the truth about coronavirus origins being revealed by China.

 

Plus, commentary by FOX News contributor Joe Concha.

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