Despite repeated warnings from health experts that the United States is still the country with the worst pandemic, and the virus variants are still spreading throughout the United States. From 11 to 14, about 4 million people in the United States still traveled by air, making last weekend the largest air traveler in the United States in more than a month into 2021.
The CDC recently warned against traveling as much as possible, “If you have to travel, you should be tested for COVID-19 one to three days before travel,” and “and then test for the virus three to five days after the end of the trip, even if the test results are negative, you need to self-isolate at home for seven days.”
Warrensky, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: We are far from getting out of the pandemic. At this moment, we can’t relax our vigilance. Now is the time for us to pay more attention.
However, many Americans regard the warning of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a sideline. According to the data of the Federal Transportation Security Administration, the average number of people traveling by air every day since the 11th is about 1 million; by the 14th, about 4 million people have traveled by air.
30,000 people in the United States watched the game! Many people take off masks and gather in the front row.
On the 14th, a racing race was held in Florida, USA, with up to 30,000 spectators watching the race live. According to ABC, this is the largest sports event with the largest number of live viewers since the outbreak of the pandemic in the United States.
Although social distancing and masks were required to enter, during the game, many spectators at the scene ignored the requirements of pandemic prevention. In order to better watch the game, they crowded to the low-row stands, and even took off masks to cheer.