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January 21, 2021

The Vaccine Rollout Has Been A Mess. Real Estate Can Help Fix It

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For the past 10 months, the real estate world has pointed to the coming of the vaccine as the industry’s salvation. Now, experts say that involving real estate in the distribution process could be the best way to improve the lackluster rollout of the vaccine. 

The Vaccine Rollout Has Been A Mess. Real Estate Can Help Fix It

In order to effectively inoculate enough of the population to reach herd immunity, the federal government must leverage existing supply chains while state and local governments should collaborate with real estate to utilize empty storefronts and offices as vaccination locations, logistics and health experts say.“[Real…

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How Biden's First Executive Orders Will Impact CRE

 

Newly inaugurated President Joe Biden signed 17 executive orders, memorandums and proclamations on Wednesday afternoon, aiming to set the direction of his administration as well as undo various policies of the previous one. 

Two will have particular ramifications in commercial real estate — the extension of the federal eviction moratorium and the U.S.’ re-entry into the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

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