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Joe Biden Orders US Flags To Fly At Half Staff In Honor Of Atlanta Shooting Victims

Eight people were killed at Atlanta-area massage parlors.
Joe Biden Orders US Flags To Fly At Half Staff In Honor Of Atlanta Shooting Victims

On Tuesday, March 16, eight people were shot and killed in Atlanta spas in an act of hate directly targeting women of Asian descent

Two days after the shootings, President Joe Biden has issued an order that American flags be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims who lost their lives.

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The president tweeted on Wednesday saying he and First Lady Jill Biden are keeping everyone impacted by the shootings in their prayers.

Multiple GoFundMe's have been created to help support the families affected by the Atlanta shootings as well as others impacted by widespread attacks on the Asian community. 

These shootings have come during a time of increased attacks on Asian communities in the U.S. and worldwide.

Joe Biden has revealed that Canada getting vaccines from the U.S. could happen again and he's going to try and help our country.

While announcing on April 21 that his country has reached a milestone of 200 million doses administered, Biden said that he's looking at what can be done with doses that aren't being used.

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President Joe Biden will be making an announcement today saying that he will be moving up his original deadline for allowing all adults in the U.S. to be eligible for the COVID vaccine by two weeks.

The president stated in early March that all adults should be eligible by May 1, but now plans on moving that date to April 19, according to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.

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The Canadian Government spoke out against anti-Asian racism on Wednesday, March 17, following a series of shootings that took place in Atlanta on Tuesday, targeting mainly Asian women. 

"Over the past year, we’ve seen an increase in acts of racism against Asian Canadians," said Trudeau. 

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Get your forks ready, because Yelp has just revealed "Canada’s Top 100 Places to Eat in 2021", and so many of them are in the 6ix. 

These 14 spots made the list for Toronto's best restaurants, and you'll want to try them all.

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