U.S. President Joe Biden announced Thursday that anyone arriving by plane in the United States will be forced into isolation.
Presenting his plan to fight the epidemic, the new White House president announced that air travelers would have to undergo a negative test for SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The former Washington administration, led by Republican Donald Trump, has long minimized the effects of the epidemic, refusing to provide a federal response and leaving the governors of each state to take the initiative.
In the United States, the death toll associated with Govt was higher than the U.S. military killed in World War II. The country’s deadliest pandemic, SARS-CoV-2, has killed more than 405,000 people.
Gov. Immunologist Anthony Fossie said Thursday that he was relieved that Donald Trump did not have to contend.
“I always said everything and it sometimes created problems for me,” he admitted. “Some reports embarrass me because they are not science-based,” continued the 80-year-old expert, who is very popular in the United States.