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The Biden administration has partnered with Facebook and Twitter to send push notifications promoting President Joe Biden's new deadline for states to make all US residents 16 and older eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Biden had originally tasked states with opening eligibility to all adults by May 1 but later revise that target to April 19.
The media push comes amid news that half of all adults in the US have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine shock after four successful test flights of its next generation New starship prototypes all ended in dramatic explosions during the laning phase.
SpaceX is skipping ahead to SN15, a new version of its interplanetary rocket.
Elon Musk has said SN15 has hundreds of design improvements across structures.
Avionics software and engine including hopefully upgrades to cover some of the problems that have prevented Space X from sticking the landing so far, without a rapid unscheduled disassembly.
Bitcoin fell more than 9% on Sunday, just a few days after reaching a record value.
The cryptocurrency dropped to $55,323 on Sunday and has dropped more than 15% from its high of $64,895.22 on April 14, according to the data from coin desk.
The decline comes amid reports that the US Department of the Treasury Is planning to crack down on financial institutions using bitcoins for money laundering.
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