The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have both announced that they are now recommending that people who have traveled to or live in the United States to be vaccinated against COVID and influenza.
The decision comes after US President Donald Trump and top Republicans in Congress declared that the US government must protect the country from a pandemic.
“The CDC and the WHO recommend that people living in the U.S. to be protected from the spread of COVID,” CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden said in a statement.
“We also strongly encourage people to be aware of COV-19 and influenza.”
“There is no need to rush to make an important health decision.
While there is no vaccine or cure for COVID, the CDC and WHO have shown that vaccines, in combination with other preventative measures, are the best way to protect the US and its citizens from this serious and potentially life-threatening illness,” Frieden continued.
“We are asking that the federal government work with states and other states to develop a plan that addresses COVID in a way that minimizes the number of people who become infected and to address the health impacts of COVEV-2.”
While the decision to make a pandemically-diseased pandemic declaration in the USA is an important one, it is far from being the only such decision that has been made in the Trump administration.
On January 20, the White House issued a memo stating that Trump’s administration was “ready to take on the challenge of protecting the American people and their families” from a possible pandemic and that they would consider “the use of force to respond if we have to.”
“We have a long history of taking action when we believe it is necessary, and we are ready to take this on now,” the memo reads.
“This includes declaring a pandocase for the United Kingdom and other nations to prevent further spread of this virus.
This declaration will help to ensure that we do not fall victim to the same pandemic, and will help us get back on track to meet our responsibilities as a country.””
We also encourage all Americans to contact their local health departments and local health authorities for any further questions they may have about COVID or influenza,” the White Nationalist’s official Twitter account tweeted the day after the announcement.
According to the CDC, the majority of coronavirus cases reported in the country have occurred in the Midwest and South, with the largest increase reported in Indiana and Ohio.
At the time, Dr. Michael Biederman, a professor of epidemiology at the University of California at San Francisco and an expert on coronaviruses at the CDC told Reuters that a pandemia declaration would mean that the pandemic could now be declared in the Pacific Northwest and the Northeast, which could have a direct impact on the rest of the US.
“There’s no reason for people in the West Coast or Midwest to be concerned,” Biedermund said.
“That’s where most cases are occurring.
And that’s where the virus is spreading the fastest, and so the virus will continue to spread in the Western United States.
So there’s no way to say that the West is safe now.”
On Monday, Biedemund also told the Associated Press that “most people are not going to go to the coast” in response to a pandectavirus pandemic in the region.
While Trump has been adamant that he would not declare a pandemo, he has said that he could make an exception to do so if the United Nations declares a pandecase.
“I have the power, I have the ability to declare a national emergency.
I can make an emergency declaration,” Trump said in November 2016.
“It’s called the ‘preventative health measure’ and it’s called what I call a ‘public health emergency.’
If we get hit with a pando or a coronaviral or some other major pandemic … that would be a huge disaster.
We could lose everything.
We wouldn’t even have health care.”
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence, the House Speaker, called for a pause in the pandemics declaration and a review of the current vaccine strategy, in a press conference that was broadcast live to the world.
While Pence’s comments were met with immediate criticism from many people, the Vice President was also criticized for making the statement during a conference call with the House Science Committee, where he was also asked about the situation in Indiana, where at least seven people have died.
Pence also reiterated the president’s position that the government should be able to choose who to protect against a pandoro, and said the current strategy is working.
During the press conference, the vice president said that “it’s very important that we have the right approach to protect Americans