The United States House of Representatives approves a budget temporary to avoid the closure of the government

Members of the US House of Representatives on Thursday adopted an interim budget in an effort to avoid federal services paralysis by the end of the week.

The bill, which aims to prevent a partial government shutdown, extends its funding until February 18.

The bill was approved in the House of Representatives with 221 votes in favor and 212 against.

But this move has yet to be approved in the Senate, where many Republicans are waving a “shutdown” to protest the mandatory imposition of the Corona vaccine by President Joe Biden’s administration on certain groups.

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