WASHINGTON (AP) — The accelerated COVID-19 vaccine rollout, along with the Biden administration’s rescue aid policies, should help deliver a significant boost to the U.S. economy over the next year as it extends its recovery from the pandemic recession. That’s the view of a majority of business economists that emerges from a survey being released Monday by the National Association for Business Economics. The results, based on responses from 97 NABE members earlier this month, found that two-thirds say that the vaccine distribution and the administration’s policies have elevated their outlook for the economy. That’s up from just over half who said so in a survey done in January.

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