WASHINGTON, September 9 – President Joe Biden on Thursday unveiled new ways to control the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, which is rampant despite widespread availability of vaccines.
In his speech, Biden will focus on six areas, including new mass vaccination programs, improving the protection of those who have already acquired guns and keeping schools open, according to a White House official.
The speech will also include increased testing and masks, preventing economic recovery from the epidemic caused by the epidemic and improving health care for infected people, the official said.
“We know that the increase in vaccines will halt the spread of the epidemic, control the epidemic, and bring people back to normal life,” White House journalist Jen Psaki told reporters on Wednesday. “We have a lot of work to do, and we are still fighting drugs.”
The increase in disease has raised concerns as children return to school, while struggling with investors and corporate programs return to positions.
More than 53% of Americans are completely vaccinated, including about two-thirds of adults, according to CDC data. The disease has killed more than 649,000 Americans.
With many Americans still skeptical of the gun, the White House has already announced plans to provide those who are fully vaccinated with booster shots for extra protection.
In doing so, they have rejected arguments from the World Health Organization and other lawyers who say that rich countries should hold guns before the world’s population can be found.
Biden is expected to deliver the speech at 5 p.m. (2100 GMT) of the White House State Dining Room, according to his public schedule.