Jessica Bursztynsky

tech reporter at CNBC

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If you’re looking for love, is a potential mate more attractive if they’ve been vaccinated? Andy Slavitt, the White House Senior Advisor for COVID-19, thinks so.

Hot vax summer: Tinder and Hinge team up with White House to get folks vaccinated

If you’re looking for love, is a potential mate more attractive if they’ve been vaccinated? Andy Slavitt, the White House Senior Advisor for COVID-19, thinks so.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Starting Tuesday, your Amazon devices, along with everyone else’s in your neighborhood, will be able to connect to each other and the internet systems they use.

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