Fauci said that vaccinated Americans would be presented with new recommendations on behavior

Earlier, the Joe Biden administration recommended that local authorities refrain from “prematurely lifting restrictions” to avoid changing the positive trend that has emerged in the fight against the pandemic.

The National Institute of Allergic and Infectious Diseases of the United States in the coming days will present new recommendations for residents of the country who have been vaccinated against a new type of coronavirus. This was announced in an interview with the cable TV channel MSNBC, the director of this federal agency, Anthony Fauci.

According to him, “some recommendations” will be published soon, outlining the most optimal, from the point of view of medical experts, rules of conduct for persons who have taken at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. “They [the new guidelines] will address travel, workplace behavior, and prayer houses. You will be able to get acquainted with them very shortly,” Fauci said. The statement of the chief infectious disease specialist of the United States, as noted by the newspaper The Hill, was made against the background of an increasingly independent activity by the states to lift the restrictions imposed in connection with the pandemic. Authorities in some states, including Texas, have in recent days abolished the mandatory wearing of protective masks in public places and other precautions, including social distancing. President Joe Biden’s administration urged local authorities to refrain from “prematurely lifting restrictions” to avoid changing the positive trend that has emerged in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in the country. Fauci holds the same position.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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