Biden to announce measures for unvaccinated against COVID-19

POLITICS. The president defended his position on the withdrawal / EFE

President Joe Biden will announce six new steps in response to COVID-19 on Thursday, including testing, mandates and school measures based on a person’s immunization status, the White House said.

The Latest: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters Wednesday that the new components would affect people across the country.

  • Psaki assured that the Biden administration operates to keep the virus under control and to be able to return to normality.
  • Biden’s next remarks come at a time when cases and hospitalizations have risen in areas across the country, largely due to the delta variant.

What do they say? “Some of them will be related to access to evidence, others will be related to mandates, others will be related to the way we ensure that children are protected in schools,” said the White House spokeswoman.

  • The president indicated last week, following the employment report, that his administration is looking for ways to make it safer for children to return to school and workers to return to the office.
  • When asked if the new measures will affect the lives of Americans, Psaki said it will depend on whether the person is vaccinated or not.

Main source of the news: The Hill

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