I promised in the beginning I’d always give you the straight scoop, straight from the shoulder, the good and the bad. Well, here’s the truth. The good news is we’re on track to meet our goal of 200 million shots in the first 100 days. More than 75 percent of the people over the age of 65 have gotten shots, up from 8 percent when we took office. That’s a dramatic turnaround, and critical because seniors account for 80 percent of all Covid deaths. On March the 11th, I announced that I was opening up all vaccination sites to all adults by May 1. Many governors, Democrats and Republicans, responded and decided to beat that date, which was good. Thanks to their hard work and the hard work of the American people, and the hard work of my team, I’m announcing today that we’re moving that date up from May 1 to April 19 nationwide. That means by no later than April 19, in every part of this country, every adult over the age of — 18 or older will be eligible to be vaccinated. No more confusing rules, no more confusing restrictions. My message today is a simple one. Many states have already opened up to all adults. But beginning April 19, every adult in every state, every adult in this country is eligible to get in line to get a Covid vaccination.