De Blasio: New York City Eyeing Vaccine Mandate for Indoor Dining

  New York City could soon impose a vaccine mandate in bars and restaurants for people wanting to dine or drink indoors. Mayor Bill de Blasio said  on "CNN Newsroom" that "all options are on the table" given the spread of the delta variant and rise of COVID-19 cases. Recommended Videos Powered by  AnyClip Visa Will Consider a Vaccine Mandate for Employees, CEO Says 1.2K Play Video Visa Will Consider a Vaccine Mandate for Employees, CEO Says NOW PLAYING Daily politics briefing: July 29 Biden Requires Federal Workers to Get Vaccine or Regular Tests Dept. of Veteran Affairs Becomes 1st Federal Agency To Require Health Worker Vaccinations Delta Variant Surges as Covid-19 Vaccine Myths Spread "I keep saying we're climbing the ladder in terms of more and more mandates, tougher and tougher measures to make sure people are vaccinated," he said. The mayor said indoor mask mandates could be a possibility again, "but we have to make sure everything we do sup

Infrastructure Bill Passes Another Procedural Hurdle, But Challenges Loom Ahead

  The Senate voted Friday to begin debate on a bipartisan infrastructure package, easily clearing another procedural hurdle as senators scramble to move to final passage on a key priority for President Joe Biden in the coming days before the August recess. [  READ:  Senate Advances Infrastructure Deal in Major Bipartisan Breakthrough  ] Recommended Videos Powered by  AnyClip US Senate votes to advance huge infrastructure bill 1.8K Play Video US Senate votes to advance huge infrastructure bill NOW PLAYING Pelosi Pushes Larger Infrastructure Plan Before Bipartisan Bill Senate Infrastructure Talks Hit Snags as CEOs Urge Passage Biden Pushes Last-Ditch Effort to Extend Eviction Moratorium Schumer Pushes for Action on Infrastructure, Spending Plans But the confusion and frustration that clouded the day underscored the challenging road ahead for the $550 billion in new spending on physical infrastructure priorities of both the White House and Congress – and Democrats' separate spending p