Biden has a plan to fight COVID-19. Here’s what we know


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On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

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Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

On the same day the US surpassed 10 million known cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths hovered at around a 1,000 seven-day average, Democratic president-elect Joseph Biden Monday announced the formation of a COVID-19 task force composed of public health experts who Biden says will advise him on issues related to the pandemic.

“We’ll follow the science. We’ll follow the science — let me say that again,” Biden said at a Nov. 9 press conference, suggesting a different path than what the current administration has taken. “And we’ll adjust to new data when it comes in.”

Although Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration as president is over two months away, his approach to the coronavirus pandemic is already beginning to take shape in other ways. This includes promoting universal masking, increased testing and vaccine development.

As a second wave of lockdowns comes to Europe and the US economy still reels, here’s what Biden says he will do once he moves into the White House.

Encourage universal mask wearing nationwide

During his presidential transition announcement Nov. 9, Biden pleaded with Americans to wear a mask. “The goal of mask-wearing is not to make you less comfortable, or take something away from you. It’s to give something back to all of us, a normal life,” Biden said. “The goal is to get back to normal as fast as possible. Masks are critical in doing that. It won’t be forever, but that’s how we’ll get our nation back.”

Although the federal government may be limited in terms of being able to issue a nationwide mask mandate, Biden has indicated he would require masks where he could — for example, in federal buildings and interstate transportation — and work with local government leaders to establish other mandates…Read more>>

Source:-cnet 

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