Almost the entire territory of America starting to re-open, following close to 2 years of COVID restrictions messing with their normal living. And many on both sides of the aisle are looking to the CDC and NIH for information on what measurement is in place to determine when the pandemic has officially ended.
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“As the US states wait for the federal government’s decision on COVID, several have just announced they are ending their indoor maks mandates for those who are vaccinated.
New York and California’s announcements were a surprise as both governors have recently made public declarations that they would be keeping the restrictions in place, even considering returning to court to challenge recent rulings overriding their extensions,” Trending Politics has reported.
During an interview with ABC News on Wednesday, White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci responded to a question on what the threshold of cases that would cause him to determine the coronavirus pandemic has passed is by saying that “there’s no magic number” and that metrics for making decisions will look more at the rates of severe disease and hospitalizations over infection rates, but “We don’t know what that number is yet.”
Fauci responded, “You know, there’s no magic number. But you want is to make sure the trajectory keeps going down and down and down. And I think the important issue, and that relates to one of the questions you asked before about the CDC considering giving more precise metrics for decisionmaking, that concentrating more on what the rate of severe disease and hospitalization is will determine that. We don’t know what that number is yet. But that will be much more of a determinant than the rate of infection.”
This guy really hates the fact COVID is loosening, don’t you agree?