President Joe Biden stated throughout a CNN town hall Tuesday he hopes to see vital progress by this time subsequent yr, with Americans a lot nearer to normalcy when it comes to the pandemic — however he made no guarantees.
Appearing in Milwaukee in his first journey as president, Biden informed moderator Anderson Cooper he has been warned by the “experts” heading up the committees advising him on COVID-19 to not make predictions with an excessive amount of certainty as a result of he’ll “be held accountable.”
Still, he stated, factoring within the vaccinations already happening, together with the anticipated approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in coming weeks, “the ability to continue to spread the disease is going to diminish considerably.”
“So if that works that way, as my mother would say with the grace of God and the goodwill of the neighbors, that by next Christmas I think we’ll be in a very different circumstance, God willing, than we are today,” Biden stated. “A year from now, I think that there will be significantly fewer people having to be socially distanced, have to wear a mask, but we don’t know. So I don’t want to over promise anything here.”
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