Reports by Congressional Research Service shows that funds for NIH were increased by around 5% each year since 2016.
A report by Congressional Research Service about National Institutes of Health(NIH) Funding FY1994-FY 2020 states that from Financial Year 2003 to Financial Year 2015, NIH funding was increased more gradually and from Financial Year 2016 through Financial Year 2020, the NIH has seen an increase of funding of over 5% each year. (Reference page-no: 6)
According to a report by the White House, the budget of the U.S. Government Fiscal Year 2020 includes $50 million within CDC to build up the Infectious Diseases Rapid Response. (Reference page-no: 51)
Therefore, the funding was not increased by 39% and 24% as claimed Kevin McCarthy but instead by 7.52% for NIH and over 5% for each year for CDC under Republicans. However, the U.S. Government Fiscal Year 2020 has created a budget of $50 million within CDC for the Infectious Diseases Rapid Response. But, there is an insufficient source to verify an increase of 70% in Infectious Disease Response since 2015.
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