President of America, Joe Biden said that coronovirus cases and deaths in the country have declined dramatically since he took over the White House during a press statement on Tuesday and are falling.
According to him, his government aims to bring Americans’ lives back to “some level of normalcy” until the American Independence holiday on July 4.
The representative also strengthened his commitment to help India counter the Kovid-19, as the country goes through a severe new wave of cases of the disease. Biden said he spoke to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and confirmed that the United States would be in a position to donate doses of vaccines to the countries it most needed. The US president, however, did not provide a timetable for this to happen.
Finally, Biden highlighted the relaxation of recommending people wear masks in small outdoor meetings, as reported today by Rochelle Wallensky, director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For the President of the United States, the decision is yet another reason for Americans, especially young people, to be vaccinated against Kovid-19 as soon as possible.