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1.02am BST

We’re wrapping up our US politics coverage for tonight. It was a relatively quiet day, with the news of a mass shooting in San Jose that left eight people and the gunman dead prompting renewed mourning, but no political shifts.

Here’s an updated summary of today’s key events:

12.38am BST

Ohio announces first winners of vaccine incentive lottery

Ohio has announced the first winners of the state’s Vax-a-Million incentive prizes, which include $1m for those 18 and older and a full-ride college scholarship for teens, as the Associated Press reported earlier.

Congratulations to Ohio’s first Vax-a-Million winner, Abbigail Bugenske of Silverton!

Joseph Costello of Englewood is the first college scholarship winner! pic.twitter.com/Ri6jrZkFi6

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