US Health Secretary Says, No Spike in Coronavirus in Reopening Places
There will be no increase in the Covid-19 virus Infected people at reopening places, the US Health Secretary says.
US Health Secretary Alex Azar said Sunday that US authorities have not seeing an increase in COVID-19 virus cases in reopened areas, but seeing that some closed areas increasement of COVID-19 virus patients.
The way he said it, “We are seeing that in places that are opening, we’re not seeing this spike in cases,” Alex Azar said on CNN’s “State of the Union” program. “We still see spikes in some areas that are in fact close to much-localized situations.”
Alex Azar has delegated the responsibility of reopening the country to local authorities.
“These are very localized determinations. There should not be a one size fits all to reopening but reopen we must because it’s not health versus the economy. It’s health versus healthy,” Alex Azar said the not reopening would have serious health consequences.
Gotten some information about pictures being broadcast from certain areas of the country that shows people gathering near bars and gathering close together, Alex Azar said that was the cost of freedom.
“I think in any individual instance you’re going to see people doing things that are irresponsible. That’s part of the freedom that we have here in America,” US health secretary Alex Azar said on CNN.
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