Delta Variant Surge, CDC Eviction Freeze Ends, Secretary Of Education On Re-Opening : Up First The delta variant is leading to a surge in new COVID-19 cases, along with growing calls for tougher restrictions. But officials also report vaccinations are on the rise, especially in some hotspots. Also, the CDC's eviction moratorium comes to an end, after Congress fails to extend it, leading to new worries that many Americans could lose their homes. And, NPR speaks to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona about the roadmap to getting kids back in school for in-person learning.

Delta Variant Surge, CDC Eviction Freeze Ends, Secretary Of Education On Re-Opening

Delta Variant Surge, CDC Eviction Freeze Ends, Secretary Of Education On Re-Opening

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The delta variant is leading to a surge in new COVID-19 cases, along with growing calls for tougher restrictions. But officials also report vaccinations are on the rise, especially in some hotspots. Also, the CDC's eviction moratorium comes to an end, after Congress fails to extend it, leading to new worries that many Americans could lose their homes. And, NPR speaks to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona about the roadmap to getting kids back in school for in-person learning.