The race to vaccinate as many people as possible, as quickly as possible against Covid-19 is picking up speed. During a Friday visit to a Pfizer plant in Michigan, President Biden emphasized the U.S. would soon have 500,000 covid deaths. And the tragic toll of the pandemic can sometimes overshadow how far we've come in the nine months since President Trump launched Operation Warp Speed. Dr. Syra Madad, Senior Director of the pathogens program for New York City Health and Hospitals,  discusses the scientific achievement of the COVID-19 vaccine and whether this vaccine will cover new variants.  Jennifer Haller was the first person in the U.S. to get an experimental covid vaccine she explains her experience.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck has been on some of television's most recognizable shows of the last few decades. She found fame as a contestant over 20 years ago on the second season of reality competition Survivor. In 2013, she joined Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy on the "curvy couch" as a co-host on Fox News's popular morning show, Fox and Friends. She joins today to discuss her new book "Point of View," the power of praying together as a family and what she has been up to recently.

Plus, commentary by former New York Times reporter and author of "The Power Couple," Alex Berenson.