Here’s what Biden had to say…
Following news from the World Health Organization about the new omicron variant which they have called “highly mutated,” President Biden recently delivered a speech and told Americans that it was a cause for concern but not a cause for panic.
Biden also explained that he and his administration is still plans on fighting COVID-19 this winter but does not expect to have any
Biden also explained that he and his administration is still plans on fighting COVID-19 this winter but does not expect to have any “shutdowns or lockdowns.” He insisted that they will push for vaccinating as many Americans as possible.
According to Fox, Biden recently restricted travel to and from South Africa anther seven African nations to prevent the Omicron variant from reaching the U.S.
Along with many African nations, the Omicron variant has been detected in the Netherlands, Denmark, Australia, Canada, Italy, Israel, Hong Kong, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, and France.
“Sooner or later, we’re going to see cases of this new variant here in the U.S.,” Biden said during his speech. “We’ll have to face this new threat like we’ve faced those that have come before it.”
“We have the best vaccine in the world, the best medicines, the best scientists, and we’re learning more every single day,” he explained. Biden then said the U.S. “will fight this variant with scientific and knowledgeable action and speed – not chaos and confusion.”