Contrasting Delta | “Probably” new restrictions should come to the United States

(Washington) Joe Biden on Friday estimated that new health recommendations or restrictions would be “probably” taken in the United States in the wake of the re-emergence of Govt-19 cases, while welcoming the resumption of vaccinations in the country.

When asked if Americans should expect new recommendations from health officials or new binding measures, the U.S. president responded “probably” before leaving the White House by helicopter over the weekend.

He did not say what kind of measures he was talking about because U.S. federal officials and local officials and businesses had recently tightened their health regulations.

However, the United States said Thursday was a “good day” for the vaccine, and with about a million injections, his administration is working to revive a vaccine campaign that has been slipping a bit.

With the increase in Govt-19 cases in the country in recent days, the Biden administration has significantly increased the tone.

Health officials have recommended that Americans, even those who have been vaccinated, wear the mask indoors in areas where the virus is spreading.

Meanwhile the federal administration has tightened the rules for its millions of employees who must be vaccinated or wear regular check-ups and continuous masking, even in low-circulation areas of the virus.

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