COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is deteriorating, but many places in the United States still have not implemented strong new measures to prevent epidemic in time. On the 29th, Deborah Birx, coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Response Task Force, called on the American people to take precautions by themselves in an interview with the U.S. media.
Deborah Birx, Coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Response Task Force: For every American, this is a time to protect themselves and their families, so if your governor or mayor, has not implemented the key measures we know, including (requiring) masks, social distancing, avoiding bars, avoiding Crowded indoor area. If these restrictions don’t exist in your state, you’ll need to take responsibility for limiting yourself, you can’t go to these places, and now you need to protect your family.
Deborah Birx Again, wearing a mask has proven to be effective in preventing the spread of the virus. Birx also noted that public health experts are now deeply concerned about the situation of the epidemic after the holiday due to the large number of Americans traveling and gathering during the public holiday.
White House Coronavirus Response Task Force Coordinator Deborah Birx: We know people can do something wrong during the holiday, so if you are young and you attend a party, you need to go for a virus test about five to ten days after the event, you need to assume that you are infected, don’t wear a mask Besides, get close to your grandparents, aunts and others.